Wednesday, 18 February 2009

REFURBISHED TREASURE

Hello everybody...... remember my previous post about my findings of the uncomplete hexagons stuff. Here shows what I have done with it.

I have unpicked most of the quilts, since some of them have to be removed due to the fabrics choice and to replace the stained parts. Well, do not have much ideas of how to arrange the flowers yet, since I have to maintain the original layout..... yes!

Need help and advice from everyone here. About anything.... regarding this special piece.

I have the thought, after completing this I want to donate it to the victim of the bush fire in Australia and have read about the Hexagon of Hope and it is the best I can do to help.

Have to pick up all the loose threads and off for ironing .......

8 comments:

MariaFaizal said...

Sis,
(Replying your comment earlier)

I missed out your comment earlier. My sincere apologies.

Yes sis, at times when a task seems difficult, we'd feel our world has gone upside down. Then, when we pause & re-think, there are human beings on earth are living in between life & death (eg our fellow bros & sis in Palestine or other poor Islamic countries).

I should be grateful :)
Cheers Sis.

P/S : I'd be MORE grateful if I have your talents *wink*

MAK TEH said...

hi there,salam perkenalan

Alviana said...

hi k.diah, the quilts look beautiful. it's so nice and wonderful intention of u to donate it for the needs one. i really admire your sincerity. keep it up k!
thnx for wonderful comment on my blog too. u make my day! :)

DiahRothman said...

MariaFaizal
Well, what we cherish most now is our family .. the rest will fluently flow forth

DiahRothman said...

MakTeh,
Salam perkenalan, banyak yang nak kita cakapkan. Nanti KDiah email MTeh.

DiahRothman said...

Alviana,
The least we can contribute... but the best is 'DOA' to who ever they may be....

Rhonda said...

What a great idea to donate it. You are so thoughtful.
Take care.

DiahRothman said...

Rhonda,
Hoping that it will keep warmth to the recipient.