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« Angel project from Leonie of The Quilted Crow | Main | THE SECRET REVEALED »

September 21, 2009


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I prefer the big bed because they are comfortable and is good sleeping comfortable all the time. Because if you rest very well all the night, it depende your health and your welfare too.


I'm trying to figure out how to contact my angel. Seems every mail that I send has my real name on it LOL. Maybe I'll email from my daughter's account. AHA! Haven't heard from mine either though. My angel will be getting a gift soon.

Joanna Perry

Thank you for this pattern. It is very charming.


I have gotten a few comments from my secret angel and th eother day I got a lovely gift in the mail:

Love the swap and projects so far :-)

Helen Stubbings

Welcome Chris, glad you found me, do pop back often for a visit - I love to
think I have friends in France!



Just received an email from my Angel that she had put a comment on my blog in August. I don't know how I missed it, I must be getting senile. Colleen


This project was published last year on the Husqvarna site (designer Sue Hausmann, USA) and called "Bedside Caddy".But I love this applique project much more even if there are less pockets.Very cute, thank you.

Just found your blog and I love it.
Chris from France

Illene Tiziani

I have been in contact with my angel but havnt heard anything from any one who is my angel

Gina Koston

What a pretty project. Unfortunately, I don't know how to do applique, but I have ways around things ;)
I stay in touch frequently with the person I'm sending to...(using a secret email address), but I haven't heard anything from the person who has my name. I'm just assuming she just doesn't have a way of contacting me secretly, so I'm not worried at this point. :)


Cute project.

I have sent a mail to my angel gift receiver ages ago, asking some questions that are essential for her gifts,
but I have never heard back.
Can you please contact her for me ?


Dear helen .... What can I say about this new project? Very very beautiful! I go immediately to thank Cori for this gift .... and of course thanks to you!

Josette Marcellino


Could you please email me when you get the chance I need to speak with you regarding the Stitcher's Angel Swap. Thank you.


Thanks for that reminder Helen. I haven't heard a word from my angel. Colleen

Rachelle Jones

What a beautiful design. Thank you so much for organising all of this Helen - WOW - I Mean WOWWWWW!

Rachelle x


I loved this work. This appliquée is so perfect that it is like a paint.

Hugs for you and a great week.
Renata (Brasil)

Wendy B

Here, here!!! It's been like Christmas, opening pressies each Monday morn!!!
Have absolutely loved it!
Thanks Helen and BIG hugs to you and your jolly stitching angels
;o) Wendy B

Chris K

Hi Helen

Just a special thank you for co-ordinating all these wonderful designers for the Stitchers Angel 2009.....One more to go...

It has been a pleasure opening up each Monday to find what treasure has been created for us.... a big thank you to all these ladies.

Thanks Chris NZ

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    Colourque (R) is a techique I developed and use on many of my projects. It is nothing scientific, anyone can do it, it is meant to be fun and easy to do... it is simply using coloured pencils on fabric to get an applique effect. 'Faux Applique' a comprehensive technique book on the method is due for release late November. Watch this space!


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