I have a wonderful lady in my life who has worn many hats:) She has been a beautiful Aunt,another Grandmother and now another Mother since I have lost my precious Mum. She has just turned 87 years and is truely remarkable. I so appreciate her love ,support and friendship so I wanted to make her something special. Green and pink is a favourite combination so I embarked on this project. It is made from wool and cotton mix which will keep her extra warm and appliqued with some lovely Quilt gate cottons.Each stitch I prayed she would love it and it was a real blessing to here from her after she had received her parcel. She was thrilled and emotionally moved so it was worth all the work to hear the joy it brought her. She has spent her years giving to others and was a little thankyou for the special part she has played in my families life:)
God bless you Aunty Dulcie xxx
My Aunt is a wonderful gardener so this gorgeous backing fabric was just perfect:)
I am a 49 year old Kiwi who has abandoned ship to Central Victoria Australia. It has been 3 years since we left our beloved NZ but we do love our new adventure in the land of OZ.
I have been married to Murray for 26 years and together we have 7 beautiful children. 5 boys and 2 girls. We live on 37 acres with 5 horses,a ram called Tangles,a cat called Milly and our darling foxy "Barbie"She is named after my beautiful Mum who died of cancer 4 1/2 years ago.
We have always homeschooled our children ,its been 16 years now and its been quite a journey. It is a priviledge to have had them home with me for this time and I love sharing life with them.
I am so grateful to the Lord for His wonderful grace and that His mercies are new every morning:)
I have always loved to create and am so thankful to God for giving me a darling Mum who shared her knowledge and love of homemaking and creating with me. Apart from the Lord Jesus Christ my Mum has had the most influence in my life and I pray I will be as good as role model as she was to me. God chose to take her home nearly 5 years ago now but her legacy lives on.