Sunday, 11 January 2015

Thank You

seem to have rediscovered both my blogging boots and my stitching slippers (if not my alliteration acumen!)
Today I started the sixth and last quiltlet inspired by NZ.  This, when pressed and stitched, will be the background for a piece based on a wonderful beach we visited on the Coromandel Peninsula, a place called Kuaotunu.

Today I want to say a massive 
to a small and very special group of people.  
These are the people who have stuck with me while my posts were few and far between;  who wrote lovely comments and continued to do so even when I didn't get around to replying to or even just acknowledging those comments and who stuck with Piece'n'Peace even though it seemed as if their own blogs had been abandoned by me.  
THANK  YOU, I really appreciate you all.


  1. You have been very busy working on your New Zealand memories, Lis. Good on you.

    Jenny from a summery New Zealand

  2. It looks a beautiful place and how lovely that you will have a whole series of works to remind you of your special time in New Zealnad. I shall look forward to seeing this piece develop.

  3. so happy you are back in the groove, really missed you when you were taking a rest. what lovely memories you have preserved with your stitches.

  4. I am also looking forward to seeing how this piece develops. It may inspire me to do something similar.

  5. A trip is a time when we need to soak up the atmosphere, landscape and culture, try out new things and meet new people, eat foreign dishes and enjoy the tempo of that place, Why? Beacuse we might not return again (easily or in the near future). That means blogging must be put on hold.
    On returning home, however, often the need to revisit those places and recall those events, and then needle and thread come out to play, and a follow of that is of course blogging.
    We are enjoying your trip to NZ!

  6. I rarely respond to your blogs, dear friend, but I always read them and usually several times. I, too, am enjoying your NZ experience by proxy and look forward to seeing your little quilts in the flesh when the Bach opens again. When they are all finished, will you post pictures of them all together?

  7. Nice to see you back in the blogging groove. Best wishes for the New Year!

  8. What a lovely looking beach - looks idyllic, and the block will be a great reminder!


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hugs, Lis x