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Sunday, 9 November 2014

A new week

Yesterday I finished lining the smaller of the two Moses baskets for our local hospital so they are now complete. When the fabric needs replacing with something a little more fancy if needs be I can use the ones I have already made as a template.
Smaller Moses Basket

Rachel from Queensland has previously sent me two lots of angels and they have all been used in packages so I was thrilled Norma and her Machine Embroidery Group held at the Buderim Craft Cottage on the Sunshine also generously offered to make these gorgeous little angels to be included in our Bridie's Blossoms packs. It is all these little keepsakes we include that families cherish in their memory boxes for years to come. I have photographed some of them for you to see.
Buderim Machine Embroidery group angels
It seems that the weeks just seem to fly by. No sooner is it one Friday than the next one happens to be here. 

Two of the three friends I get together with on a Tuesday afternoon here at my house are going to do the 2104 Mystery Quilt by Bonnie Hunter called Grand Illusion. We are going to get our fabrics together tomorrow and photograph them all at once  to see how  our choices compare with each other. 

Remember if you want to be a part of the new BOM I am running with the BFC anniversary design set that will be released in the next few weeks please email me so that I can add your name to the list.


  1. What/how does your hospital use these Moses baskets?? I make isolette covers for incubators in the NICU at a Ft Worth TX hospital. Curious:)

    1. Glenda the angel babies are put into them with the cuddle cot cool pad underneath which is connected to a small refrigeration unit so that parents get to spend as much time as they like with them.

  2. Whose angels are they. I would like to make you some.