Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Another lovely feature!

For the Love of Solids [a modern swap] - wall quilt - complete.

This is the mini quilt I made for my secret partner For The Love of Solids [a modern swap], Round 1. Thank you to Megan and Heather who are featuring it on Quilt Story today - they called it awesome, I am so flattered.

My week has been a bit shattered by my youngest breaking his upper arm snowboarding (foiled by an edge while doing some wonderful trick or other - he is an excellent boarder). He is going to be fine and surgery was happily avoided at the last minute but mothering through these incidents is stressful and exhausting. Things will be back to normal soon.

Best,

Leanne

25 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the feature! Hope your son recovers quickly!

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  2. It is Awesome! Congratulations!
    Hope your boy heals quickly

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  3. What a great little quilt! I really enjoyed reading the feature and seeing all your beachy inspiration photos! Hope your son heals quickly.

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  4. Congrats on the feature for sure! Well-deserved!! And sorry to hear about your son! I understand those mothering stresses!! Hope he heals quickly & well!

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  5. Its so beautiful Leanne :-) You definitely deserve the feature!

    I hope the boy fixes up fast and doesn't miss the rest of the season!

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  6. Congrats on another feature. I saw it up there on Quilt Story today. :)

    Sorry to hear about your son. We've been fortunate thus far to avoid any serious injuries with my boys. I hope that your son recovers fully and quickly.

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  7. congrats, beautiful quilt, definitely deserves all the praises it got. Hope your son gets better soon.

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  8. Oh Leanne!!! Or rather oh boy! Get well soon and stop worrying your mother!

    'Awesome' is as good as I can muster - it is beautiful (even if I can see lots of brown!!). Congratulations xxx

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  9. I am liking everything about this quilt. Wonderful job!

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  10. so sorry about your son's broken arm. unfortunately even the most talented sportsman get injured. Hope he's on the mend.
    ANd, that quilt, seeing it again reminds me how beautiful it is and I must try making something like it. So inspirational.

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  11. Deary me, hope boy heals no problems. Congrats again, you know I love this awesomeness.. :-)

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  12. Good for you! I adore this project too. Boarding battle wounds will certainly be fun to share among his friends, thankfully no surgery :)

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  13. Owie, hope your son feels better soon!

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  14. Its a wonderful quilt! It deserves the praise! Best wishes for a speedy recovery to your son!

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  15. That's a beautiful piece Leanne...I really love it! Sorry about the little fellow....things happen as they grow up,eh.....

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  16. Congratulations on the feature. You know very well how much I like this colour combination :)

    I'm sorry about your son's arm, hope he recovers quickly.

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  17. Great feature.....so sorry to here about your son, that's no fun for either one of you.

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  18. Poor you and your poor son! Hope you both get over it soon!

    I call it awesome too! Love the variety going on there!

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  19. Ouch! Hope he heals quickly.

    And that quilt IS awesome!

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  20. Another hugely wonderful quilt!
    Hope your son recovers quickly, and happy to hear surgery wasn't necessary.

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  21. Ouch! I know exactly how painful that break is!! Hope he heals quickly. Well done on another well deserved feature L! Jxo

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  22. Large or small this is THE most beautiful quilt I have ever seen. Your stitching and quilting are amazing.

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  23. Hi Leanne - hope you son heals up quickly - happy mothering!

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