The background fabric is Canadian Cottage by Robyn Pandolph for Moda. It has the words to'O Canada' on it, so I thought it was fitting for a Canadian stamp.
The 10 is for 2010 when she was born. The quilting is some stamp images I googled. Very simple but I think you get the idea. I embroidered the word "POST" with quilting thread.
Those eyes make me smile----every time :)
This one matches the Hometown birdie quilt I just finished. It has a 12 for a little one scheduled to arrive this year.
This is week 5 of the hex-a-long through Katja's shoppe. I am neglecting to work on my farmer's wife quilt because of it. Soon I hope to squeeze in a block or two.
Also, I finished my second cowl. This one is not as soft as the first, but I like it just the same. As long as it's warm!!
That's it for this time. No sewing for a few days because I am looking after Scarlet, and then helping her daddy celebrate his birthday. Have a wonderful family filled week-end.
your "postage stamps" are so unusual and cool project!
The stamps are way cool! What a lovely way to mark a Special event :)
I love the postage stamps that is such a cool idea.
So cute! Oh and your mail arrived. Thanks much.
wow! love the stamp ideas, adorable owl! and nice hexagons
A postage stamp quilt for a special delivery - what a great idea!
What a gorgeous idea. I am particularly loving that owl. What a sweetie! :)
And look at your quilting! Way to go. I expect I'll see you wearing the cowl next Friday.
What a great idea "postage stamps".. fabulous idea....
Your postage stamps are so adorable! I really love your owl! Great idea!
that cowl is beautiful!!! the postage stamps are great too!
Love, love, love that cowl. I am so into making them right now. What is the pattern?
Those stamps are so cute! Too bad the 10 and 12 aren't accurate reflections of our Canadian postal rates....
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