Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Cinderberry Stitches- Bella Babushka

It is almost the middle of August and this is my 1st post for the month - can't believe how fast time is flying.  This is a busy time of year for us on the farm.  We have got cows calving and so far I am feeding about 90 calves.

But in the odd minute or two I have been able to finish this, it's a pattern by Natalie Lymer.  I must admit it is not a pattern I would normally do, it's quite pretty but I had a vision of sewing it in black, white and raspberry.  I am really happy with the finish and the quilt.

The pet sheep have also lambed, this old girl in the front is Ally, she is 10years old  and she had the twins in the photo, and the other girl is Fiona and she is about 7 years old, she had a single lamb this year.
Well I better and start getting ready to go and feed my calves. enjoy your day, Michelle.


  1. Wow I feel the rush for you, you must be running!
    Love the lambs & their mums!
    Sweet quilt, it turned out great.

  2. I love your new quilt. Are the black and white fabrics from a range, or just random? It's amazing what can happen outside the comfort zone. Love your lambs, my two pet "lambs" are about 4 years old now.

  3. lovely quilt....goodluck feeding all those calves.......

  4. Your new quilt is gorgeous, you're amazing getting it finished so quickly. Nice to see your lamb photos.

  5. Love that quilt, and I am loving the colour choice too. the lambs look adorable!!