Wednesday, February 25, 2009

International Siggy Swap - Reny Pattynama

This darling little siggy showed up in the mail two days ago. I love days like that! I haven't swapped a siggy in well over a month. I have about 20 of mine made up; I should get off my duff and send them out into the world. This one is from Reny Pattynama from a small town called Vaassen in The Netherlands. Reny's hobbies include quilting, knitting and birdwatching (as well as bird feeding). She doesn't think there are enough hours in the day. lol Reny, I hear you on that one!

And isn't it just wonderful to look at a picture that ISN'T my country chain and knot quilt? I sure think so!


Staying In Touch said...

Beautiful flowers brighten up your page. I never belonged to a quilting group but used to knit them for my grandchildren and niece's children. My days were at the office and family work in the evenings but the knitting needles for relaxation. So I don't know what "siggies" are. Minus l4 degrees last night along with about five inches of snow in Vernon, nearly 100 miles south of Cicero. My e-mail address is:

Joy said...

Hi Susan: I saw you on Cicero's blog and wanted to stop by and say hello. I'm in the Houston area. I'm not a quilter although I started one 23 years ago and never finished it. Now the colors are so "out" I don't have the motivation to work on it.
Love your Texas Bluebonnets.


Brandy said...

I love the country quilt!!!

Cicero Sings said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm not a big quilter ... only started quilting about 2 years ago. I only do wall hanging sized quilts as my attention span isn't big enough for anything larger.

A siggy swap ... that sounds interesting.

Micki said...

Lovely Siggy! Thanks for sending me one, and I will make one for you as soon as I get your address. It is fun getting the siggies, isn't it? I love your blog!
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