Wednesday, November 02, 2005

first post


Hello,

I am busy to find out how this all will work. This is my first post . It should be about quilting . That part is comming soon . As soon as I know what I have to do .

Yess,, I just found out to load a picture. So you all can see on which quilt I am working on . ( actually my last one, I am busy with so many quilts.....)

Lucy

10 comments:

Hawksbill said...

Beautiful! More! More!

Joanne said...

Wonderful quilt, Lucy. Welcome aboard -- post often -- we love to see pictures! And talk scrap quilting - and anything else you want to talk about!
Joanne

Sarah said...

Lucy -

We are all writing to encourage you to post more quilts! Do not worry about your english - quilts can be our international language!

Your quilt is beautiful!
You can check out my blog at
http://alwayswantstobequilting.blogspot.com/

Sarah

Bonnie said...

My dear dear Lucy! I know you are sleeping now, but I would love to be able to watch you open your email and find your comments from people already viewing your blog! :c)

I'm sure everyone would love to see pictures of the beautiful applique you just sent for the exclusive show in FRANCE!! I'll check when I get back from school and hope you have posted MORE! I know you have lots of pics over there :c)

Question...do you still have that pic of you and I trying on the funny hats in the antique mall?? :cD

Darcie said...

Come play with us over in Quilt Maverick-land, won't you Lucy? Please??? ;-}

Pictures are worth a thousand words....

Darcie

Leah S said...

Wow! That's a stunning play of colors - any chance of a close-up of the stars? I'm also curious to see what kind of fabrics you have locally. :)

Finn said...

Welcome to Blog Land Lucy, so nice to see your beautiful stars. I love scraps too..and old quilts and things. Hope you will join our Maverick group. Bonnie keeps us in line..*VBS*

Nines said...

A friend of Bonnie is a friend of ours. And you do very, very beautiful work. I love the lights and shadows in this quilt and that takes a lot of talent to get it right with scraps. Great job. Please show us more when you get a chance.

Tonya R said...

Hi, Lucy, welcome to blogging.
I was lucky in the early 1990s to visit Amsterdam and buy beautiful Dutch handwoven and batik fabrics. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your quilts.

Dawn said...

Oh Lucy! This quilt is WONDERFUL! I love those stars!

I sure hope you decide to keep posting and practicing your English. For we would all love to learn about quilting in the Netherlands and love your quilts so far. Plus this will be very good practice for you!

I can't wait to see what else you post!