Friendship comes in so many unexpected ways in our lives...
It may start with some simple words and people may touch your heart without we realising at the time. That has been the case in my life over the years.
I 'met' Angela over the web, a fellow crafter who lives in the United Kingdom and has been sharing some of her work and life on her blog.
This past Monday I came home to find this beautiful gift she made me along with a beautiful written card explaining the meaning of the salmon cross stitch pattern for a native American birth totem.
Thank you so much Angela, I will always cherish this piece of art and it's now in my studio.
And today, I got spoilt again.
My friend Gloria from Brazil, sent me a parcel with these gorgeous fabrics made in Brazil as well as these buttons made from coconut shells. I collect buttons and these are really special and different. Gloria, like so many of us quilters, also loves stitching, so she made me the lovely Redwork pin cushion with the word "Bordado" that translates to "stitchery". Thank you Gloria.
I guess after these most thoughtful gifts, my Mother's Day weekend is beginning to shape up as a great one.
I asked my husband and daughter to just give me the gift of time.... no presents, just to allow me to spend the whole day in my studio on Sunday to play with my fabrics and listen to music without any interruptions.
Now for some completed projects done this week...
Completed block 16 (4 to go) for the Civil War Bride quilt. For the remainder of the blocks, I am thinking of making my own designs.
I also finished last night "Listen to my Heart". This quilt
is rather special for me...
Have a good weekend everyone and may you be inspired in whatever you do !