Friday, 4 September 2009

Harriet the Homebody

As I don't 'officially' work on Fridays, today is the first day of the school holidays for me. Yippee!! Twelve week terms in winter seem to go on for ever and ever! I'm really looking forward to catching up on my blog reading and getting stuck into lots of sewing. Sadly, very little stitching happened again this week (too busy snoozing in front of the telly in the evenings!) but I did find these photos of Harriet to share.
 

Wouldn't you love to live in a pink and white cottage ...


with such a pretty garden?


The colours are a bit clearer in these close-ups ... 


Wouldn't mind a bag like that myself.


Love the Simplicity greens. 



See you soon.

17 comments:

  1. Just gorgeous as ever, enjoy the holidays.

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  2. What a lovely design . Have a great holiday .

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  3. Hope you get to have that great creative holiday Christine.

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  4. So cute - love that little pink house. Enjoy your holiday!

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  5. I do like the colours you've chosen Christine ... so pretty!! .... and your stitching is soooo neat!!!
    Hugs,
    Joy :o)

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  6. Too cute!

    Have a great weekend :)

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  7. I think Harriet lives a couple blocks away from me!

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  8. So good to hear you have a little break. I hope you get lots of sewing done. I love Harriet, she is beautiful. And yes, I would love to live in a pink and white house. Hubby probably wouldn't.

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  9. She is so cute. Enjoy your holiday!

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  10. Happy school holidays, Christine! I love Harriet and her pink house - oh to live in such a sweet cottage!
    Cheers!

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  11. Very pretty Christine, enjoy your holiday!

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  12. Very pretty, I love seeing these blocks done in different colours to mine.

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  13. Nothing more to say, than that is is lovely!!!

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  14. This one just made me smile. So cute!

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Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate your thoughts.

Christine