baby Quilt

Here are a couple of pictures of the baby quilt I made on Monday. I hope
the client comes for it this weekend. It's a quick one as I know she
won't pay over 50? all she said was that she wanted a neutral quilt ...
She picked out the lime green gingham from a dress I had on the stall
but I knew I had very little of that left so I suggested mixing it with
apricot . Fingers crossed she approves when she sees it.
Sometimes it's just as difficult to work to a wide remit as a very
precise one. Mum did the lovely embroideries on her machine.
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Claire in France
Le 29/08/2013 20:34, BEI Design a écrit :
Thank you Beverly, I love that man in the moon embroidery, it's the second time I've used it and it's still great.
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That is a very pretty quilt, and the man in the moon is really cute. Yes, machine embroidery is something great; I have to check myself really hard not to wish for the embroidery machine to go with my Bernina. Uh, I'd love to see the bunnies quilt mentioned in the comments on Facebook, though. Do you think there is a chance?
U.
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Ursula Schrader
Le 01/09/2013 08:09, Ursula Schrader a écrit :
Thank you Ursula, The Bunnies quilt is my sister in laws one. Funnily we have the same name so confusion often ensues. She did that one for her textiles exams when she was in school. I will have to ask her to take a picture, she said mine reminded her of hers and that she still has it. She's not likely to sort pictures of it quickly as she's tied up with family troubles at the moment!! Both my mother and father in law are in bad health and she's the only UK resident child. DH has just got back from another visit there but Claire picks up most of the slack.
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Really!?! Me too! My husband's sister is called Ulla, short for Ursula, and I am, too. Fortunately, she married a Mr. Weber, so at least there is no confusion possible. I does feel a bit strange, though, to end up with a name that 'belonged' to somebody else, and still alive, too. When we phone, it goes like this: 'Hello Ulla!' 'Hello Ulla!'. Like some weird kind of echo. ;-)
Don't worry, and, most important of all, don't hassle her. I have to admit that I was a bit puzzled about the two Claires. She ahs so much on her hands that you'd better not worry her with my curiosity. If she manages to do it one day, fine, I won't forget, and although I don't mean to belittle her efforts for the GCSE - if she doesn't, I won't be angry. ;-) It just might have been nice to see... Anyway, hope your in-laws will get better soon, or at least mend as far as possible at their age. Good luck!
U.
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Ursula Schrader
Very Funny Ursula nice to know there's someone else out there. My sister in law has another name since she married but continues to use Claire OWEN for her own reasons.
When I married her brother she was only about 13 or so, so she became Little Claire and I am Big Claire, the funny thing is now we are both adult we both still have those names. Makes us feel young again I guess. Incidentally and pertaining to nothing but this ramble on names. Just after I was married and working with DH in his family business, we had 3 part time workers also called Claire plus myself and my sister in law as a weekend girl so a total f 5 Claires in one small business I blame Gilbert O'Sulivan and his song
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. My mother thought she was being unusual when she picked Claire but as soon as he brought out that song the UK was inundated with Claires.
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