The Cottage Orné Quilt

The Cottage Orné Quilt
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Saturday, 17 December 2011

Short and sweet and EB

I have been suffering from some sort of virus this last week and feeling very under the weather, not Christmassy at all.  I have been confined to the house, done no shopping, missed several pre Christmas celebrations and completely lost the will to sew or write.   So the only way to keep this this blog going is to feature some of my favourite EB images -


9 comments:

beth said...

Hope you feel better soon Mary. Thanks for the lovely EB photos, I especially like the early, traditional cut sponge designs. Great eye candy.

Happy Christmas!

Sue said...

Hey Mary, You are allowed time off for good behavior, illness and emergency's so don't feel bad. I have been struggling myself. Hope your feeling better soon. Just right for Christmas itself.

MulticoloredPieces said...

Hi, Mary. Get well soon. Loved the sampler and basket quilts in the previous posts. Happy holiday stitching all the same!
best, nadia

Andrea said...

Dear Mary, get well very soon! We all have these days from time to time. Thank you so much for keeping this blog and may you and your family have a very Merry Christmas!

Robin said...

Sorry to hear you have been ill. My husband was sick and right down in bed for about 9 days. I hope you start feeling better soon.

amanda white said...

Hope you're feeling better Mary. Revelling in all the wonderfulimages you put up for our delight.
Get well and have a lovely Christmas!

Mimi said...

Do hope the illness is about over. No need to concern yourself about "keeping the blog going"....we love what you post and will come back no mater if you take a month break....

Just a little question here....what is EB? In my childhood home... that was a favorite uncle... but something tells me it is something different here...

Mary Jenkins said...

Hi Mimi, All fans of Emma Bridgewater pottery refer to it as EB!

Robin said...

I posted a picture of the little Pembrokeshire quilt I made from your book. I really enjoyed making it. I look forward to doing more. http://Solsticestudio.blogspot.com