Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Counting sheep

The last couple of nights have been spent counting sheep…..

001 (Medium)002 (Medium)003 (Medium)

…..catching up with Block 10 of the Homespun SAL “A Long Time Ago in Bethlehem” by Natashia Curtin of Smee Designs.  

What I really should be doing is catching up on my birthday stash, my UFO’s, my North Pole blocks or maybe some ‘zzzzzzzzzzzz’s’ instead???!!!

Sugary hugs xox  :O)

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14 comments:

Diane-crewe said...

what MAD looking sheep! made me laugh x

shez said...

what fun those sheep are,they look great.xx

Susan said...

Such cute sheep - never enough hours in the day!

Marilyn said...

Ahh, but they are such fun sheep. Who could resist them???

Susan Torrens said...

I love your cute sheep block and I followed the link to the patterns. I was able to download blocks 2-12 and the assembly instructions, but how can I get block 1? I followed all the links on the site, but to no avail....
Help!

Kathy H said...

I love those sheep. You are doing such a nice job on it too and you should be working on something that is making you happy!

Fiona said...

seeing yours makes me want to get on and start it myself!! too many want to do projects
Hugz

Tracee Perry said...

I love the expressions on the faces of the sheep. Are you sure it's Bethlehem and not off to market for these terrified looking sheep.

Josie said...

I love that sheep block to bits! They look just like the crowd in the field in front of the house... :o)) Honestly... sheep never fail to make me laugh! Don't worry about catching up... it's all about a little of what you fancy... when you fancy it!! :o)

Ondrea said...

LOL that is an wonderful stitchery. IT cracked me up and has made my day. Thankyou for sharing it.

katherine said...

Love the sheep. The expressions on their faces are quite funny.

ukcitycrafter said...

Love this SAL, your sheep look truly scared!

Robyn G. said...

Oh so cute!! :)

Megan said...

Note for Susan, who left a comment above.

The first block for the Long Time Ago stitchery/quilt project was published in the July 2012 (Vol 13 No 7) issue of Australian Homespun magazine. That is, you have to buy one issue of the magazine; all the other blocks you need are provided free on the magazine's website.

The fastest and cheapest way to buy a back issue of the magazine is from www.zinio.com

Megan Fisher
Technical Editor
Australian Homespun