Wool work for Winter

A little road trip occurred (Quilters Harvest in Warracknabeal) to secure a greater selection of wool for my 
The green wool was off the bolt, but the rest came from the dwindling stash the shop purchased last year from Debbie Busby (USA) when she presented workshops here.  Buying wool is expensive, so being able to buy the big squares of different colours is a great idea. 
Block 3
I love this sweet basket with buds and flowers.

Block 5 Strawberries
This is my favorite basket!  I am still trying to find a way to make little knots small enough on the berries so they look like the seeds on the outside of the strawberry.
I need to get a wriggle on, so I  can get it all together while its still winter : )
Happy quilting, Sue.


  1. those are looking just fabulous Sue.....

  2. your blocks are just lovely!

  3. Looks like some useful additions to your wool collection. Those squares of wool are perfect for project like this, a little bit here and a little bit there. Your blocks are lookin' good!

  4. I love these baskets, the strawberries will be great :)


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