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Feb 6, 2010

Thinking of Summer

Still away from my computer but couldn't resist "scheduling" this post.
I embroidered this little watermelon patch a few days ago because it was
a cold rainy day and I was feeling that I desperately needed some SUN!
It took 45 minutes to stitch out with 18 thread changes...which.....BTW...I have learned to quick-change with ease...YEA!..
So, here's to Spring and Summer weather.

4 comments:

Fiesta said...

Great block. YOu must share your quick thread change technique.

Pat said...

Now...I don't know whether to be HAPPY to see something so "summery" OR to be frustrated as I'm seeing it with TOO much snow outside and coming off an 18-hour power outage!!! *sigh* It looks great and I hope your retreat has gone well, too.

Pokey said...

So pretty. Only 45 minutes? Are you kidding? That is why I do not do hand work much. That would've taken me DAYS of work! Nice work, Rhonda.

Teaquilts said...

Rhonda thanks for visiting my sight today. I did come visit you and read a few posts. You have been very busy. I love the eagle quilt Freedom and the suggestion to use those colors in the borders was a great one. Keep quilting so I can keep visiting.

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