Saturday, January 1, 2011

Happy New Year!



Sometimes it's the little things in life that make me so happy.
Like...
My dining room being totally clear of anything because...
We just had new windows installed and the furniture had to be removed!

I didn't plan all that open space....
But...
I was sure happy to have it today!!!
In a couple of days These houses will be on their way to their new homes.

I'll wait...
just in case we have some stragglers.
;)


And...
Here's the last couple of bee blocks for the year.
Christmas trees for Tammy.

I'm hoping that 2011 brings a lot more quilting adventures!!
I love adventure!
Especially when it involves a needle and thread!!!
And fabric...of course!


25 comments:

  1. Oh it is a city. Lovely Beth. You are soooo talented.

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  2. What fun to see them all together!

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  3. I'm so glad you had such a great response to making the neighborhood!

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  4. Wonderful idea and they look fabulous!

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  5. beautiful! I go to my church basement to lay out my quilts, for that open space.

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  6. Thanks for the pics Beth. I really look forward to seeing what the winners make from these little quilty homes. Happy New Year.

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  7. How very cool! Thank you for sharing all of the blocks with us! I look forward to the winners being announced.
    Happy New Year to you and your family!!

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  8. Great photos! These look wonderful, so lively and fun.

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  9. That looks awesome. I love seeing my block in there with all the others. Happy New Year!

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  10. Seeing all of these houses together just takes my breath away. Great project for so many inspired quilt makers!

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  11. Oh my goodness........I'm getting excited for the drawing......it could be me :0)
    this was a great idea Beth........maybe an annual thing? A great way to end the year?

    Happy Sewing and good luck everyone!

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  12. Wowsers!!! That's a lot of houses! I love the trees too! Can't wait to see who wins.

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  13. How wonderful that your room was free to build a village!! They look amazing!!

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  14. WOW They look great all lying there together Beth. What a wonderful nieghbourhood of different houses.
    Keeping my fingers crossed. LOL

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  15. The house are very wonderful!!!!
    The look is amazing!!!!!

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  16. Wow!!! Lots of houses! What a fun reading it has been! Good luck to all of you who participated.. I certainly enjoyed the ride!

    Great idea, Beth! You are woderful!

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  17. Just seeing all those houses lined up fills my heart with joy. I must be a real home body or a frustrated city planner....hehe. I wonder who will win them.

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  18. Beth,
    This has been such a wonderful exercise in total creativity. Thank you so much for wonderful experience, I can't wait to make more! I do hope you're getting a set for all your work coordinating this project.
    Best Wishes,
    Heather

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  19. Beth...I love the blocks! Can't wait to see them in person! Thanks so much! Thought you could use a few more !!!!!!!!! lol....

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  20. Beth, My heart skipped a beat as I saw the post and to think this gathering started because of one wonderful lady who had an idea to CELEBRATE!!!! Thank you and how fun for me to see houses that my peers have made and posted on their blogs before sending to you. I feel a real connection as I did when we were celebrating Tonya's bood debut. Thank you and I have 2 to mail today. My po wasn't open and work has been crazy. If they don't make in time, keep them as a souvenier of my gratitude. Love, Em

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  21. Awesome! What a terrific Neighborhood! They look fantastic! Thanks for all your hard work of displaying them etc...

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  22. These look wonderful, Beth! Did my humble little block make over to you on time?

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