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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Crazy Quilting - Marie Antoinette Crazy Quilt Block #7

I've really been out of sorts lately.  I have a terrible time focusing on anything.  I know it's withdrawals and side effects.  As if the road up from depression wasn't bad enough, now it's the long hard road getting to the bare minimum of the anti depressants.  I'll get there, just not in my time I guess.

I did manage to finish up the stitching on my little Crazy Quilt Teddy Bear Dolls:

They really don't look like much now but once sewn together and stuffed, they'll be precious!  I'm hoping to feel up to sewing them together tomorrow when I get back from WalMart.  As soon as they're ready, I'll post photos of them finished.

In the meantime, I pulled out Block #7 of my Marie Antoinette quilt.  I choose some vintage tatting, some appliques and other trims so it's ready to start stitching on:
I'm definitely ready for Winter to be over so I thought I'd better get a move on and work some more on this project.  Stay tuned for updates.


fabriquefantastique said...

its looking good already, can't wait to see more pics.

Terri's ThreadArt said...

Please feel better sweet girl. These are beautiful and so are you ;)

Terri's ThreadArt said...

Please feel better sweet girl. These are beautiful and so are you ;)

debi said...

Beautiful!! Can't wait to see both projects finished. They're going to be gorgeous!

Hope you're feeling better very soon! It's so hard to get things done when you don't feel yourself.

Anonymous said...

Pam they are wonderful can't wait to see them finished.

A Gypsy Angel/Stamperbee said...

Just beautiful. I hope you are doing well. Hugs, Kim

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

I know they will be beautiful ! I am lovin' my kitty.

Patty said...

I sincerely hope you are feeling better soon. I too am pushing 50 and I've been suffering a horrible bout of depression & anxiety. Right now, I am living in hell. It is a terrible feeling. I do not have a great support group, only a few friends. I hate to bother them with m troubles since they all have lives & families of their own. I used to love to garden & quilt & embroider but lately, I have no desire to do anything. However, I do find that looking at your beautiful work is very uplifting. So, I thank you for being an inspiration. I will be following you to see what new things you've made. I really appreciate it. Your work is beautiful...Patty

SharDon Exclusives said...

Pam, thank you for stopping by and for leaving such encouraging remarks. I love beading and get lost in the process which is good for the nerves.
Blessings to you and your lovely crazy quilt pieces.

Antica Treasures by Claudia Twardus said...

Lovely Quilt Blocks! I love the Marie one off course!

You will get there! Pray, have faith and be strong!


Judy S. said...

Sorry you're feeling bad, Pam. Aren't you glad we're getting a little bit closer to spring? Our weatherman doesn't know this though; we got 8" of snow here last night. And we don't usually get any. Makes me wish for the rain...yep, I really said that. Take care, and big hugs.

Lynn Stevens said...

Stunning and your teddies are just darling!

Anonymous said...

This is the most Beautiful quilt I have ever seen!!!! i would love to see the finished quilt.....just Beautiful! Thank you for sharing it.

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