I am going to pop over to Wendy's blog and see what fun everyone else had last night during FNSI. Thanks again Wendy for another great night of sewing.
My next project is a challenge which has been issued by my quilting group....thinking, thinking and in the meantime
Happy sewing all
Oh, yay, a blog where I can comment! Thanks so much for having the second page instead of the embedded comment box. I LOVE your Sunbonnet Sue. Maybe because my name is Susan, I've always been partial to these little girls. The snowflake button is the perfect finish for her. My actual FNSI is on cq4fun.wordpress.com, but thanks for stopping by the one I put up by mistake. =)
That is very pretty..the snowflake button is perfect!
Love your Sunbonnet Sue:) My daughter is moving into their own home and when searching through bags that hadn't been unpacked over several moves to rental homes she found a Holly Hobby cushion I made for her 35 or so years ago. The lace was a little tatty, but the cushion had lasted well. Holly Hobby is the twin sister to Sunbonnet Sue:)
Love your little snowflake Sue!! Its hard to depict winter in Qld since we dint get snow.
How lucky that you had the snowflake button - she sets off your SS perfectly.
Love you Christmas Sue, so pretty.
So cute, love your little Sunbonnet Sue project.
Oh, she is very cute Karen! love your thinking behind her name and lovely that you found a snowflake for her bonnet ;)
wonderful little Sunbonnet Sue
A wonderful little Sue. I like it.
I love your little Sunbonnet Sue.
Well done !
I like Snowflake Sue - are you doing one a month? xx
Love this Sunbonnet Sue. Cute button.
Very cute little Sue
How adorable is you little "Sue"? I love her and good for you finding that button. It's never an issue in the northern hemisphere. Is that a BOM or can you provide more information on her?
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