Friday, 12 April 2013

Pour Le Challenge


While playing with some Liberty charms this afternoon, I reckoned it was about time I make something for Lucy and Nat's monthly challenge aptly named Le Challenge.  Whereever you live in the world, everyone needs a little Liberty love of their own don't they?  So here is a sneaky peek of my make for the challenge - some Liberty tana lawn bricks. I shall reveal all on Monday when the linky opens up.

For more information on Le Challenge, head over here. This month's theme is geometrics and can be interpreted anyway you like and it can be any craft - not just sewing.  Susan has a great guest post today  and there is a great giveaway - a couple of her beautiful geometric inspired pouches.  What's not to love?


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17 comments:

Sunnybec said...

Tres Jolie! Do you know, I have never had any liberty... maybe I need to rectify that. Hugs xx

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

Oh love the liberty! X

Dianne Neale said...

Lovely Annabella, as always!!

Catherine said...

Love the liberty. I have been working on my le challenge too

Di said...

Lovely Liberty. You can't go wrong with it. Di x

two hippos said...

those liberty pieces look fab like that, just adore tana lawn.

Patchwork and Play said...

Loving the Liberty! Looking forward to seeing your challenge creation!

Katy Cameron said...

ooooh, pretty!

Stofmutter, Marianne Bromand said...

Just beautiful.
Marianne
stofmutter.blogspot.dk

Canadian Abroad said...

Looking like another lovely project. And bless you for promoting the giveaway, and my post. Thanks!

Flying Blind... said...

Mmmmm Liberty x

Judith, Belfast said...

Loving those bricks! Jxo

Kirsten said...

This will be beautiful in the liberty fabrics! I have something in the works for Le Challenge too.

Jenelle said...

These are beautiful! Have fun. :)

diane said...

this will be a beauty of a finish

Yon Quilting Wife said...

I love your fabrics. One of the first fabrics I ever bought for patchwork was a liberty print. It was so expensive, back in the 1980's I couldn't bare to cut it up.

Jess said...

Swoon! It is looking amazing.