Sunday, 2 February 2014

Good morning

I hope you have not had to much rain wherever you live......... it's been wet around Manchester but normally there is not much flooding. High tides at the Blackpool coast though but a beautiful sunny day today.
I even have 5 crocus in big buds in the garden.
 I have managed to finish my latest quilt this weekend, it is a brick quilt done in 12 different materials, lovely and bright and I am pleased with it.

I have edged the sides in some of the same fabrics........

Although the light is really bad, I will show you part of my newly decorated landing.....I need more pictures yet when I can work up some enthusiasm lol........This is my new chandelier, Dunelms finest !!



This is more the colour of green but the light does not reflect the subtle pattern.

I am doing some sewing later, I hope you manage to have a little time to yourself or you have something nice planned

Thank you for your visit

Hugs Tilly x

8 comments:

XxJULESxX said...

Hi Tilly ooh! very posh!! i went to Dunhelm last week and loved it!.
We are decorating well Markie is lol!.I have sent you an e-mail

Donna Ellis said...

Hi, Tilly! what a fabulous brick quilt (I've never seen that pattern before), an a gorgeous reno job in your landing! BEAUTIFUL shade of green, pretty chandelier, and REALLY wonderful flower portrait! I love that especially! hugs, de {Creative Smiles}

Elaine said...

There's no end to your talents Tilly! I can neither sew nor decorate though I'm handy at stripping off the wallpaper and I'm always fab at cleaning up afterwards!

Your quilt is amazing, so bright, beautiful and cheerful.

Stay warm and dry!
Big hugs to you
Love elaine xxx

Claire said...

Love your bright quilt Tilly. Hugs, Claire x

Whisper said...

Absolutely gorgeous quilt and super light too - i never seem to go to Dunhelm Mills, Luv Sam x

rosie said...

gorgeous quilt Tilly.
thank you so much for my birthday card - was so kind of you to remember me

Rosie xxx

coops said...

stunning quilt tilly.i love the different fabrics and your hall way looks gorgeous, i love the soft sage colour :D

xx coops xx

JoZart said...

You really are going to town with all that decorating. I love your brick quilt, it is really fab. What a shame you can't make it to Manchester as I hoped to see you there. Don't forget that there's one in May (8,9,& 10th) at the Echo Arena Liverpool. Save those dates as Dolores Cardarian is coming over to stay with me for it.
Jo x