Thursday, October 30, 2014

A Man On A Galloping Horse

I remember once putting up wall paper in my kitchen,
with my MIL.  We survived the adventure with few 
mistakes.  Of the mistakes we did make, my MIL said,
"A man on a galloping horse would never notice".
So imagine yourself on a galloping horse as you view
my Beginning Crazy Quilt project.
These are the beginning seam treatments with other goodies
to be added.  I think stronger magnifying glasses are in order.
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I began my new medication yesterday and I believe it is helping already!  The nurse that worked with me said it usually takes 3 months to feel better.  I told her, it was going to start working today....the power of positive thinking!
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My friend Marie is celebrating blogging for 5 years!

Click the image to join the fun!



Okay, get off your galloping horse, unless you are planning to be the Headless Horseman for Halloween.  The Smock- Along Ornament begins next week, there is still time for you to join!

Love to all,
Deb

15 comments:

Laurie M said...

beautiful stitching!!!! I'm so glad the medicine is helping!!!!!keep that positive thinking!!!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Your block is looking great and even more importantly, I'm so glad that your medication is working. Yay!!!!

Michelle May-The Raspberry Rabbits said...

I love your crazy quilt piece. It looks wonderful. Keeping my bunny ears crossed that your new medicine works perfectly.
Hugs! :)

Suztats said...

So glad you're feeling better!
Your block looks very delicate and pretty--quite like a spring garden. I look forward to seeing more.

Createology said...

I love that saying and image your MIL said. However I only see your CQ seam treatments as beautiful and I am sitting here very still. I like your positive attitude regarding feeling better. May you feel brand new once again dear. Creative CQ Bliss...

margaret said...

your block is looking great Debs, must have a look at the blog and see what everyone has done, mine is progressing slowly!!

So good the hear the medication has already started to help, that is such good news

Vicki Boster said...

Well there is no doubt-- it's going to be amazing. I know how you are with your needle and threads---- no one can bring a fabric to life with embellishments like you can. Truly-- I can hardly wait to see it!!
Vicki

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I think your block is very pretty and delicate. Glad you're enjoying the class. Hope the meds continue to help, as I am sure they will.

Happy Halloween.
xx, Carol

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi dear Deb,
first of all thank's so much for the shout out:)I'm so glad the new meds.
are helping you already and please keep your positive thinking.Your block looks beautiful already.
Have a wonderful weekend and good luck with the giveaway, my friend.
Hugs,
Marie

Bits of Stitching! said...

The CQ block is coming along nicely!!! Beautifully stitched!!! PS: My mom used to say: "Can't see that from a plane".

desertskyquilts said...

You did a fabulous job! I don't need a horse, galloping or otherwise to see that. You have that soft touch I try for, but sometimes miss by a mile. =)

DeeDee said...

Always love your work

DeeDee said...

Always love your work

Wendy Green said...

Yep, only beautiful stitching seen from here too! Gorgeous with the light colours of the fabrics. Happy to have found you now, going to follow your beautiful blog through bloglovin. Thank you for your sweet comments on my blog!

suziqu's thread works said...

I think you crazy quilting piece is looking really beautiful Deb. Somehow stitching comes so naturally to you! I hope you are enjoying this! I wish I could do more crazy quilting than I do.
Hope you are getting some relief with your new medication too

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