Sunday, September 15, 2013

SSCS 2013 - It Begins Again

So I decided to really challenge myself and joined
This is my fifth year.

We stalk research our recipient so we can make something we 
think she will like. My recipient this year is an awesome quilter
with super skills. I'm a little intimidated. Hopefully my enthusiasm
will make up for any shortfall in the skills department.
Below is a summary of the main gifts received and sent away
in the previous swaps.

This delightful snowman came from Brigitte in 2009.

These waves went to Theresa in 2009.
(I can't find where I blogged it, if I did.)

This nativity came from Laura in 2010.
(I do love my nativities.)

This went to Floss in 2010.

These happy snowmen came from Cheryl in 2011.
This is as close to a snowman as I will get here in Perth.

These birds flew off to Linda in 2011.

This amazing bag came from Karol-Ann in 2012.
I get asked about it a lot.

This sweet angel went off to Michelle in 2012.

There were lots of other nice things sent and received.
I only showed you the main gifts.
Trawl the blog for more details if you are so inclined.
If you are making something for me I'm very happy
with whatever you want to make! 

8 comments:

Granny Maud's Girl said...

I really like the two seaside pieces you made, and I remember watching you make the last one, the girl with the tree, at the retreat.

Chookyblue...... said...

great gifts sent and received...........welcome to the swap once again.........

simplestitches said...

lovely gifts both sent and received and I also love those seaside pieces, very clever....happy SSCS 2013!

Michelle said...

Oh Shari don't feel intimidated by your swap partners ability,you are a gorgeous quilter and stitcher! I know this first hand by the beautiful work you sent to me last year!! Your new partner will be so lucky!!
Michelle

Michelle said...

Oh Shari don't feel intimidated by your swap partners ability,you are a gorgeous quilter and stitcher! I know this first hand by the beautiful work you sent to me last year!! Your new partner will be so lucky!!
Michelle

Kayly said...

I know Chooky tries to match us up with someone overseas, so would you mind moving back to Nebraska just for the duration. ;-)
I love your seagull art quilt. Your work looks fabulous! So certainly don't feel intimidated.

Teresa aka MarieSews said...

I'm the lucky recipient of the gorgeous wave quilt from 2009. I love this piece. It hangs on my wall where I can see it every day. The colors are so peaceful and yet so reminiscent of the almost daily water polo games I was attending that year! Thank you!

Teresa

Jenny said...

Beautiful gifts given and received.mwhat good idea to go back and check them all out

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