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Thread: Sunflower wallhanging

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    How cute is this? It turned out lovely! especially the birds! Your laundry room must be a nice one!
    The laundryroom was part of the living area makeover we did this winter. We skimmed a little off the kitchen (about 2 feet) so we could enlarge the laundry room and put in pantry cupboards for extra storage. It is bright and cheery has a door going out to the back patio where I hope to have a clothesline later this summer. I can't believe how much I enjoy doing the laundry now! LOL

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    I love your sunflower wallhanging! And you shelf is great too!

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    I ABSOLUTELY love it! I have the pattern, material ( I looked high and low for what I wanted), and buttons for this project. I plan to work on it this summer. Since I have only been quilting for a little over a year I wanted to wait until I was better because I really want this to turn out well! If it is just half as good as yours I will be proud :!: :) Birdhouses are my other "thing" I painted a wall mural in my kitchen of birdhouses. Maybe I can remember to take a pic and post!

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    ooooooooooooooo pretty

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    How cheery is that? No wonder you like doing the laundry! I bet the wallhanging makes you smile every time you look at it. So, any ideas for the autumn wallhanging?

    ranger ( geri)

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    I losve this pattern, I have the magazine and am trying to decide if I want to make this and the table runner or a crochet table cloth for my niece who is getting married in Nov.
    Muriel

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    Mamagus, I really meant 'winter', not ' autumn'. I've been looking for ideas for a winter wallhanging,as all my 'must-do' projects SHOULD be finished by October.

    ranger (geri)

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    mamagus - I love that! And the prairie point rooves with the buttons are a wonderful touch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranger
    Mamagus, I really meant 'winter', not ' autumn'. I've been looking for ideas for a winter wallhanging,as all my 'must-do' projects SHOULD be finished by October.

    ranger (geri)
    I have LOADS of Christmas wallhangings so I expect the winter one will be snowmen. Not sure of the design yet!

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    Love your quilt and quilt shelf. That bit of sunshine is bound to make laundry a lot more fun!

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