Wednesday, August 1, 2012

There and Back Again Month 11


"Mr. Baggins!" he cried. "Here is the first payment of your reward! Cast off your old coat and put on this!"
With that he put on Bilbo a small coat of mail, wrought for some young elf prince long ago. It was silver-steel, which the elves called mithril, and with it went a belt of pearls and crystals. A light helm of figured leather, strengthened beneath with hoops of steel, and studded about the brim with white gems, was set upon the hobbit's head.
The Hobbit, Chapter 13 

Mithril by Lilja Björk Sigurdórsdóttir 


  
pieced (L-R) by  Jennifer Ofenstin, Michelle Thompson & Schenley Pilgram

There And Back Again
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There and Back Again is a collaborative effort between four Fandom In Stitches designers, Michelle Thompson, Lilja Björk Sigurdórsdóttir, Schenley Pilgram, and Jennifer Ofenstein. 

We hope you enjoy this month's block, Mithril, designed for your piecing pleasure by Lilja Björk Sigurdórsdóttir.

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