Monday, 1 November 2021

Man Walks on the Moon

 



This quarter, I couldn't really complain about the theme because I chose it myself so apologies to anyone who struggled with it as much as I did. It was a long time ago before the headlines became Brexit, Brexit, Brexit, Covid, Covid Covid. We don't take a newspaper anymore and, although, from time to time I used to notice an interesting or amusing headline, whilst waiting in the post office (which is also our village shop), as soon as I wanted to make a quilt that came to an abrupt stop.

I had no more luck searching the internet, where the only front pages in the first thousand or so search results seem to record deaths of celebrities, wars or terrorists attacks. You could be forgiven for thinking nothing positive ever happened in the world! 

So, with the deadline fast approaching, I resorted to quilt pictionary.


I'm very much looking forward to seeing what everyone came up with :)

14 comments:

  1. I knew this was yours as soon as I saw it Janine! It is so whimsical and lovely, I adore it :)

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  2. Totally agree with Fiona. It's lovely and has cheered my day!

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  3. Oh my gosh. I love this! We were on the same wavelength creating our quilts.

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  4. This would be lovely to hang in any bedroom, to induce peaceful dreams!

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  5. This is such a whimsical, fun quilt. I would enjoy having this on my wall to look at!

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  6. Very few things make me laugh out loud like I did when I simultaneously took in the title and the quilt! What fun! A newspaper moon, a jaunty little dog and sparkling stars. All whimsically you.

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  7. I love it- it is cute and funny and makes me want to want to look further.

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