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Friday, May 8, 2015

Stitching with Rosie

There's nothing like a fun morning with Rosalie Quinlan to bring a shot of happiness into your life. Every month I take a trip over to Gail B's, which is a delight in itself, to attend a class called Stitching with Rosie.  I am always in awe of her creativity.
This is what we are stitching this year, a new design which will be released later this year, a series of stitcheries which will make up into a quilt called Flowerville.
This is the block we received this month, here's Rosie's sample.

It is an exciting time for Rosalie as her new fabric range is here too.  Called Flower Child, it is just gorgeous.  I particularly love those tiny little hexies and the super useful stripes.

There are some amazing stitchers in the 'Stitching with Rosie' class, including Lyn who kindly let me share these pictures.

Exquisite stitching.

You have just got to visit A Girl and a Glue Gun.  It is packed to the brim with fabulous projects and tutorials.
Just like this one.  Here is the LINK to this fabulous hooded towel project.
Enormous thanks to Kimbo, a crafting super-star.
Lucky me I'm off to Sewn and Quilted this afternoon for the Friday Friendship sewing group.  I love these ladies.
Have a fun day too
Love
Melody


17 comments:

  1. This stitching is so, so cute.

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  2. Lovely stitching Mel. This quilt is going to be gorgeous. xxx

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  3. Beautiful work and blocks. Love the one in cottage garden threads.x

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  4. Those blocks are so pretty!

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  5. The stitchery's are gorgeous!

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  6. What a lovely class this would be, Melody. I live too far away, alas, but had the pleasure of taking part in Rosalie's workshop at Craft Alive in Ballarat last Saturday. She gave us such a cute little design to stitch -I've been embroidering for many years but learned so much in that short time. Your stitching is lovely.

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  7. wonderful stuff. Have fun. xxx

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  8. I love seeing all these beautiful stitcheries. Sweet designs and colorways. Spending time with friends doing what you love is the best. Creative Bliss...

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  9. Lucky you Mel to be able to stitch with Rosie. She certainly produces beautiful designs. Hugs.....

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  10. How awesome are those blocks! Love the threads used. Can't open that first pic though.

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  11. Your stitching project is so beautiful. I'm sure it's an inspiring morning.

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  12. what a beautiful quilt and what beautiful stitching! I am so envious of your stitchy-social life!

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  13. What beautiful designs! Love Rosalie's work! :) x

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  14. Beautiful stitcheries Melody..

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  15. I am new to your blog and I love your stitching and you are so creative. Sunny Greetings from New Orleans, Alice

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