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Sunday, 4 February 2018

FNwF and more Gardenhurst

Big "thank you" to Cheryll to let us hang out again at hers on Friday night. 

I managed to finish another Gardenhurst block


 and yesterday I started the next one.


Another winter weekend in our part of the world, although a little drier and brighter, the wind is a cold, coming from the north.
Snowdrops are struggling around the town,





Winter aconites are also slowly popping their heads out in the local park.
 It is a bit of a struggle.....


I wonder what weather will this month bring.....



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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful block! You are bring the flowers to life despite their struggles in the wintry world. None at all are out in my neck of the woods.

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  2. Another beautiful block. Pretty snowdrops....they would shrivel in our heat here. Although it was a much cooler weekend. Stay cosy x

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  3. Another beautiful gardenhurst block, I love the fabrics you have selected for it. The winter here is too warm, hardly any snow. Maybe in April, when nobody wants winter anymore. Have a happy week, Carmen

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  4. Pretty block Radka - how many more to do? I am listening to the UK weather forecast at the moment and I think you are in for a cold week! Oh well, more sewing time. xx

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  5. Beautiful Gardenhurst block..
    I love Snowdrops.. how nice to have them grow wild...

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  6. Nice block. The next one looks interesting, how did you go about transferring the design?

    I love the snowdrops too, make us think Spring is not too far behind.

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