Saturday, 24 August 2013

Picture Postcard and Plagiarised Poetry

I'm still catching up with the overdue Star Of Africa blocks: Leanne asked for a block representing a postcard: I already had in mind what I wanted to make for her, but needed to find the postcard that matched it (not necessarily the conventional way, but it worked)

So I was delighted when I found this postcard

with swans, the castle, and bearskin guards, it ties in perfectly with this embroidered block

Hope Leanne likes it

Best Friend, oh Bestie,
How do you love me?
Let me count the ways *

(I apologise to poetry lovers everywhere for that awful mutilation of a lovely romantic poem)

Actually, I'm not sure I can count how much Jackie loves me - she loves me enough to sizzix all these hexies for me.  She has sorted and cut and trimmed and then posted them to me so I can get on with the Yellow Hexi quilt

Love you Jackie x x x
* "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways..." by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861)


  1. OMG Benta - that block is just fantastic - I love it - thanks so much for your work :)

  2. Great block Benta, and you should treasure Jackie she is a real star!

  3. First time anyone every recited poetry to me I feel very loved XXX

  4. I think your friendship's hexed ;o)


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