Sunday, April 04, 2010

Easter Greetings and Fun Foolery


Whether April showers make you feel cooped up, shut out, or refreshed and renewed...what better to do than have some fun!

Shown here: the products of our labors.......
April free-piecing foolery, five Easter pillowcases and one little baby quilt for donation, along with a free form bunny boy softie, and some eggcellent greetings from Sophie, Penelope, and Matilda.

From our coop to yours...have a great Easter. And remember that even in the dreariest and darkest days, in the wind and in the rain...we still have so many blessings to be grateful for!

9 comments:

  1. Hope you have a wonderful Easter as well...

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  2. Love that your using your wrist again. Great projects for getting yourself going again. Happy Easter!

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  3. Love all of those Easter colors...makes me believe that Spring might really be here! Glad you are able to use that broken wrist again. They really mess up the hand, but you are doing amazingly well!

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  4. Anonymous1:02 PM

    That little face on your bunny is adorable! Was that a gift for someone you know? I love that idea and it would be great to go with the baby quilt.

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  5. I completely forgot about Sophie, Penelope and Matilda. How is Matilda?

    xxxx

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  6. Dear, dear friend, hope you are having a wonderful Easter. How are things coming along with your wrist? hugs and love

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  7. You're so right, there are blessings to be found in everything.

    We had a nice quiet Easter. A neighbor invited us to Easter dinner which was lovely.

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  8. Hi Michele. I am glad you are doing better. Blessings manifest themselves in many ways don't they? My knee has got me down for now, and I am facing surgery probably early summer (after Medicare kicks in) but it is giving me time to pursue my oil painting again. I will also be working on some quilting :) Also thanks for posting those quilt pattern links on your blog.
    Take care...
    Sunny

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  9. Hope you had a wonderful Easter!!!

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Michele Bilyeu blogs "With Heart and Hands" as she journeys between Douglas, Alaska and Salem, Oregon.