8 October 2014

Let's Bee Social #41

Short and sweet.....

Sweet Watermelon that is!


Simply sharing a sneak peek of some quilting today.



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12 comments:

Vera said...

It is pretty but I just don't feel the summer any more, booo :)

Serena @ Sewgiving said...

That watermelon has cheered me up! Summer seems to be taking forever to start here!

Paula@TheSassyQuilter said...

That is sweet! Love that quilting...those watermelons and ants, too cute!!!

Janeen van Niekerk said...

Your ants at the picnic is really cute. I really need some new fabrics!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

more hexies for me today and I might even get started on some applique or at least choose some fabric

Andrea @ Mouse in My Pocket said...

I love the quilting you decided on for your watermelons. It really adds to the design.

Shannon said...

Thanks for hosting! Summer's not over here yet...but I sure wish it was.

Leanne Parsons said...

That is looking awesome, Lorna! Now I want some fresh watermelon :)

Christine Feldstein said...

Love your watermelon Lorna! Thanks for the party!

Stephie said...

Looking good Lorna! I wished watermelons tasted as good as your quilt looks though!

lelandavestudios said...

I love the quilting on it, Lorna! It really makes it shine!

A Quilter's Mission said...

Is your quilting done in a spiral or is each row done separately? Just beautiful.

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