About Ningiu

Ningiu is the Greenlandic word for grandmother, since I'm part Greenlandic and because handicraft reminds me of my grandmother and mother I find the name appropriate.

lørdag den 17. oktober 2009

Swaps and bee's

This week I finally got some time to do some patchwork sewing. Time seems to fly by around here; there isn’t much time in between school, children, coocking and so on… So it was really fun to play with some fabric.
The first is a Euro bee block for Rita. She sent some gorgeous fabric and wanted a wonky log cabin, I’ve never done one before but it was fun trying.

The second is for the pillow talk swap, where my secret partner had revealed a love for hexagons, so I tried this layout, it’s been awhile since I did hexagons so the Y-seams where a bit tricky, I’m still debating if I should give it another try :-)

I hope your are having a great weekend


4 kommentarer:

Donna/Sara from Kindred Crafters sagde ...

That hexagon block is out of this world, Isa! I LOVE it.


Christy sagde ...

Your quilts are gorgeous especially the hexagon. Hope you can drop by my blog! I have a sponsor giveaway from Miss Matatabi! Happy weekend Isa!

CitricSugar sagde ...

I love them both but the way the hexagon block came together... I am in awe! It is stunningly BEAUTIFUL!

Heather sagde ...

Hi Isa, I came upon your blog today! It's so fun to see people from all over the world. I am from Canada, but my favorite place in the world is Copenhagen! I was there 10 years ago, and I think I left my heart there. Hoping to one day travel back there. I have a friend Martin Egland, who lives there now. He used to live here.
Take care!