Wednesday, 25 September 2013

ELDERBERRIES AND HELPERS


As you can see, I decided to keep the pinky red corner on the Autumn block and I have put some Elderberries in there.  At least. I hope they will be recognised as Elderberries.
The leaves are again printed onto fabric and are still to be sewn on.


Here seen from another perspective, I'm happy with these.


Of course someone had to drape himself right where I didn't want him. 


Willow was more considerate and placed herself at one side.

12 comments:

  1. Your cats are like a couple of mischievious children! What size block are you making? and is it all handstitched?

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  2. LOVE the elderberries.. really I do

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  3. yes I could see straight away that they are elderberries. This is going to be a lovely piece of work, as always. I think you are using my favourite colours.

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  4. Love all the colours you chose. Cats are always willing to help, right.

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  5. It's looking fine, and love the berries, cats are stinkers they know your not giving them undivided attention!

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  6. Yes, they look like elderberries. In fact, we just found a bush on our property a few weeks ago. No longer make it, but do love elderberry jelly.

    Awwwwww, Mom, he looks so cute on the fabric. And cat hair can be a great embellishment. Willow is being a very good girl. Kitties like to be part of everything we do.

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  7. i like it and yes they do look like elderberries.
    Duke would probably lay right there in the way if he could get up on my desk when I'm working....lol

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  8. It is just WONDERFUL!!! And I think your cats want it for their bed! Where will you put it? Surely you will show it off in the living room, the fall pattern and colors and the extras are just marvelous.

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  9. All your work is just wonderful. I have just removed Kath (the cat in my header) from my desk. Very hard to concentrate with a cat right in front of the screen.

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  10. Definitely works as elderberries. At first I didn't realise that you'd used beads. Must clean my screen!! Your cats look very comfortable.

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  11. When I first looked I thought those elderberries will stain the fabric .
    Yes they look good

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  12. I hope the feral makes use of it's warm winter bed. I do worry that these cats are warm enough and happy enough. xx

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