Tuesday, 27 January 2009

Pay it forward

I rrecently signed up for another round of the PIF thing working its way around blogland. I have done this once before and enjoyed it so here we go again.

I signed up on Rachels blog and here's how it goes if you don't already know. For the first 3 people who sign up for this I will make a hand-made gift. There is no great rush as the rules say this can be within the next 365 days. I will definitely try and do this sooner. Whoever signs up needs to do the same - i.e post on their blog and make gifts for 3 people. Anyone interested ?

Rachel very kindly gave me an award too. I have tried to post the picture here but for some technical reason am unable to. I would ask DH but I don't want a 2 hour explanation - lol ! Thanks Rachel - I will do my best to carry this on soon if I get time. Busy doing some re-organising of the kids bedrooms which started off small but has escalated.

Next post I will show my lovely quilt and gifts from Carolyn in our swap.

If anyone is interested in the pattern for the hexagon sewing box please email me.






9 comments:

Jude said...

Hexagon sewing box pattern, yes please................ is it difficult though???

sewkalico said...

I fancy the pattern too please. Not sure if I will find the time, but I do have lots of hexagons in my life...

k said...

Its wonderful to see 'pay it forwards' ..if all the world was mandated to work this way.
LOVE your blog.

YankeeQuilter said...

so much fun catching up on your blog! The hexagon box is beautiful!

Suze said...

The hexagon box is very interesting..if pattern is emailable, I would love to have it..

RachelJane said...

Wow, Andrea, that is a beautiful little quilt you made for Carolyn. Very nice embroidery work!

Prairie Mom said...

I love the idea of "pay it forward!" I have never heard of this before. Is there any guidelines as to what to make for the people you send to? It sounds like a lot of fun.

meggie said...

I do a bit of my own PIF, so wont sign up.
Love your pics.

Nic said...

The little bird stitchery you did is lovely, the new owner must have been thrilled.
I am also in the midst of looking for PIF participants, 2 found , 1 to go.
The hexagon box looks challenging, but i would really like to have a go at one, could i please have a pattern too?