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July 15, 2010 114 Comments by Kirsty

Liberty Points Creative Space

Look it’s Liberty for morning tea.

The Date’s a golfer & at the clubhouse sandwiches are cut into little triangles just like these and you order 4, 6 or 8 points. I think that a point just sounds so much more sophisticated than a ham & cheese sambo don’t you?

You can bet your bottom dollar that they don’t have their filling spilling out of them like my points though.

Don’t forget to pop in & add your link if you’re playing along this week.

113 Comments

  1. Rainbow Child
    4 years ago

    wohoo first on the list! AWSOME!

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  2. Liesl
    4 years ago

    Mmmmm …. they look delicious! Aren't those prints just beautiful?

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  3. helena / little mo
    4 years ago

    hahaha too cute! Yes definitely more elegant then ham and cheese:) Wouldn't mind a cheese toastie right now too! xoxo

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  4. Baa-Me Kniits
    4 years ago

    Look I am an early bird this morning :-) I love those colours and patterns together!

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  5. mel @ loved
    4 years ago

    Cute idea, they look lovely!

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  6. Bianca
    4 years ago

    You're up and early this morning!
    The simplicity of blue works so well! Can't wait to see how they fit together!

    xB

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  7. maureencracknell
    4 years ago

    I am loving those fabrics!

    I hope you visit my way – I am working on my very first quilt! I am feeling a little over my head – but I figured I would just go for it and make something I really love!

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  8. maureencracknell
    4 years ago

    I am loving those fabrics!

    I hope you visit my way – I am working on my very first quilt! I am feeling a little over my head – but I figured I would just go for it and make something I really love!

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  9. TammyJ
    4 years ago

    love those colours and patterns!

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  10. dash robin
    4 years ago

    they are so cute…Liberty florals are such a classic aren't they?

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  11. Frog, Goose and Bear
    4 years ago

    I normally have to wait until after the school drop off to link up… on to the computer bright and early this morning!

    the picture is not working for me, but I'm sure they look better than the ones that are going into my daughter's lunchbox this morning!

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  12. Kellie Christie
    4 years ago

    lol High tea anyone??? Just what are you up to with all of these little triangles??

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  13. june at noon
    4 years ago

    You know, I need to start cutting my sandwiches into points. They always taste better when they're made into little tea triangles, don't you think?

    Love your points, too, though, Kirsty. Delicious to look at!

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  14. Christina
    4 years ago

    Those points do look yummy in their liberty floral. What will they become I wonder.
    :)

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  15. Tracey
    4 years ago

    so much to love about a liberty sandwich…

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  16. Kylie
    4 years ago

    Hmmm, floral triangle sandwiches? Very petty though but they look kind of mysterious.

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  17. Claire Gale
    4 years ago

    i love dainty little posh sarnies, and these are very posh x

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  18. Susan L (lily40au)
    4 years ago

    And look so much more elegant too.
    My Creative Space

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  19. Brenda
    4 years ago

    They look good enough to eat…..loads of fibre!

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  20. Renee
    4 years ago

    mmmm lovely fabric. Looking forward to seeing what you are making…

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  21. Lyn
    4 years ago

    Love love the fabric! :)

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  22. Jennie
    4 years ago

    Very tasty points!
    They are beautiful – loving the Liberty prints.x

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  23. 74 Lime Lane
    4 years ago

    all this talk of sandwiches and points is making me hungry
    a lovely little liberty line-up!

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  24. nerines
    4 years ago

    Lovely fabric and way more elegant than ham and cheese for sure:)

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  25. Michelle
    4 years ago

    Those are the prettiest, daintiest liberty prints I've seen in ages. What do you have planned, young lady? Hmmm??

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  26. Kylie
    4 years ago

    There's something about Liberty fabric, isn't there? Just gorgeous :) K

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  27. vadjutka
    4 years ago

    Maybe I just missed the answer (lack of language knowledge?), but what are those on the picture if not fabric-sandwich?

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  28. One Flew Over
    4 years ago

    Just perfect x

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  29. Greta
    4 years ago

    So cute, I feel a dainty morning tea coming on… Greta

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  30. Melissa G
    4 years ago

    I do like the blue print fabric. It reminds me of my Nanna's old willow china (brings back nice memories).

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  31. Chicken Willow
    4 years ago

    I love the Liberty fabric you've used. I wonder what they're going to be. Thanks for hosting my Creative Space.

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  32. Cuggles! Kids
    4 years ago

    Love the liberty print! Will be interested to see what's happening with these.

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  33. dillpickle
    4 years ago

    Apparently points are far more delicious than squares – just ask my 19 month old! I'm looking forward to seeing the finished point project.

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  34. Chasing Purple Dreams
    4 years ago

    They look delicious – perhaps not too tasty though!!!!

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  35. Gina
    4 years ago

    Yum, they look like little samosas! What on earth are you up to this time?

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  36. Little Cooties
    4 years ago

    They look like little blueberry and cream cheese filled sandwiches

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  37. Jill
    4 years ago

    Blue sandwiches!! Fabulous!

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  38. Kirrily
    4 years ago

    I love the language of sewing and stitching…where sandwiches take on a while new meaning. Meanwhile, I'm playing with cats this week. :)

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  39. Cath @ chunkychooky
    4 years ago

    the most stylish of sandwiches methinks.

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  40. Kirsten
    4 years ago

    Give me a liberty sandwhich any day – they look DIVINE!

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  41. Jo's Place
    4 years ago

    Very pretty :)

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  42. Kathryn Mitchell
    4 years ago

    Possibly the coolest sandwiches ever.

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  43. Michelle
    4 years ago

    Love liberty, and your points all love lovely. I really like the idea of ordering points.

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  44. Notchka
    4 years ago

    I've always loved yummy Liberty fabrics. I wonder if drawing the comparision to food was a hint as to what these will become? Have a lovely day!

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  45. michelle
    4 years ago

    give me liberty over ham and cheese any day. love the fabric and esp the colours

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  46. Catherine
    4 years ago

    do they cut off the crusts too?
    (though liberty sandwiches would be better regardless!)

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  47. Miss Amy
    4 years ago

    Very fancy sandwiches.. My gran used to make us the sandwiches all cut into little triangles, nothing makes you feel more ladylike than a cucumber sandwich cut into little triangles and a cup of tea in a lovely china cup. Hope you have a nice day!

    Amy

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  48. byebyebirdie
    4 years ago

    Such pretty colours. They really do look yummy!

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  49. Luisa
    4 years ago

    Looove Liberty!

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  50. 5 star, baby!
    4 years ago

    top of the range sandwiches!!
    very delicious!!

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  51. Jana@Weekend Vintage
    4 years ago

    Lovely colors!
    jana

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  52. Fiona
    4 years ago

    You've gotta love those Liberty prints!

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  53. teddybearswednesday
    4 years ago

    they look very delicious. I always manage to spill the filling in sandwiches, and bears too, I'm just a messy eater and maker I think xo

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  54. gret
    4 years ago

    Very, very cute.

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  55. Leni and Rose
    4 years ago

    Love those Liberty prints, gorgeous.

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  56. Taylor Made
    4 years ago

    Looking forward to creative spaces browsing this week.

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  57. Lara
    4 years ago

    Yum, Liberty! Hadn't thought about eating it, but I love it!

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  58. gretchenmist . . . {belinda}
    4 years ago

    such a funny old-fashioned world!
    your sambos are looking very cute.

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  59. Bec
    4 years ago

    mmm it's definitely blue weather

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  60. becclebee
    4 years ago

    i do love the colours of your points. but i'm curious – what will you do with them when they're done?

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  61. Yana
    4 years ago

    looks great so far.. i wonder what the final product is! :)

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  62. george
    4 years ago

    lovely liberty. much more glam than the ham n cheese version!

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  63. Anne (I should be sleeping)
    4 years ago

    I love the blues! Thanks for letting me play :)

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  64. melania
    4 years ago

    love the liberty! must do something with fabric soon : )

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  65. our shabby cottage
    4 years ago

    I love Liberty fabrics. They are such good quality and feel so silky. I love the colours you have chosen.

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  66. claire - little tweetheart
    4 years ago

    Oooh, yummy! Liberty is delicious! Cute triangles :)

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  67. Sandrine
    4 years ago

    Bon appétit! ;)

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  68. angelique
    4 years ago

    They look like fancy samosa's lined up like that. Yum Yum!!!

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  69. kitty
    4 years ago

    I would like a liberty sandwich for lunch, yum. They are very sweet.

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  70. jenny b harris
    4 years ago

    Happy to be playing again this week. Love your fabric selections… yummy!

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  71. Janine
    4 years ago

    Love the Liberty prints, looking forward to seeing what they become! Thanks for hosting so much creativeness…

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  72. Tina
    4 years ago

    Lovely perfect points… they look very sweet lined up in a row…

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  73. Steph
    4 years ago

    One of my Nannas talks in rounds and the other in points…love it!! Love yours too! Hope you are having a super week :)

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  74. flowerpress
    4 years ago

    Love the Liberty. Squeezing in some creating at my house too :-)

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  75. Maggie
    4 years ago

    I can't even imagine what these 'points' will be. When I was little mum cut our sandwhiches into boats (in half triangularly) or bikes (in half rectangularly) I can't remember what we called squares.

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  76. Creative Nostalgic
    4 years ago

    This is the first time I'm playing along. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to share my creative space.

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  77. Sally
    4 years ago

    Oh what are you up to???
    I think I might start calling the sandwiches I make for the children "points" – sounds fun :)

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  78. Belinda Saville
    4 years ago

    Love your points! Those fabrics are to-die-for *sigh* Hope your week ahead is delightfully creative!

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  79. Ooty
    4 years ago

    I have an ides of what this could be =) Prints are lovely!

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  80. ellie
    4 years ago

    They look like tasty little samosas or spinach+feta pies. Yum yum…

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  81. quilary
    4 years ago

    Very cute little triangles – I'm quite partial to blue and could easily eat these up!!

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  82. Kylie
    4 years ago

    The Liberty fabrics looks great – yumm to toasted sandwiches.

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  83. Melinda
    4 years ago

    Very cute triangles. I am wondering what they will become too!

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  84. Lillipilli Lane
    4 years ago

    These are gorgeous…such delicate little shapes, love the filling spilling out – makes them soft and cuddly

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  85. Ady
    4 years ago

    Those Liberty triangles are lovely!! I am really looking forward to seeing what they make up into.

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  86. Swiedebie
    4 years ago

    love the fabric. :D looks yummy!

    Swee
    http://www.swiedebie.etsy.com

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  87. Star of the East
    4 years ago

    Super cute!

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  88. Sonia Skegg
    4 years ago

    Very cute

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  89. Fruitful Fusion
    4 years ago

    Cute points!!!

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  90. Danielle
    4 years ago

    Ooooh lovely! Loooooove Liberty! Dear friend is going to London shortly and I'm sending her on a mission.

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  91. Kuka
    4 years ago

    pretty! i love the print second from the front!!

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    4 years ago

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  93. Nanette
    4 years ago

    have I ever told you that you are awesome! I'll have an 8 pointer thanks, heavy on the frommage! xxx

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  94. Naomi
    4 years ago

    Wow, very cute fabrics!

    Anna and I are joining the Creative Space game, this is our first post :-)

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  95. Morrgan
    4 years ago

    Hmm, "point" does have a fancy ring to it.

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  96. Cute as Buttons
    4 years ago

    Well, overly stuffed or not, they still look awfully dainty and are welcome to come to my next tea party! Lisa x

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  97. red lizzi
    4 years ago

    your dainty points in shades of blue look delicious!

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  98. ArtMind
    4 years ago

    I'm wishing my sandwiches would look like that everyday! However, I'd like 'em to be edible too! ;)

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  99. Adriana
    4 years ago

    They look delicious!

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  100. Alex
    4 years ago

    The fabrics are just fantastic!

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  101. sara : 5 o'clock crows
    4 years ago

    I love sandwich points! Even better in fabric :)

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  102. Buy Design
    4 years ago

    Looking forward to seeing what they turn into.

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  103. Anna Bartlett
    4 years ago

    I have no idea what you're going to do with your little sandwiches, so I'll be watching…

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  104. expresser of colors
    4 years ago

    I love these fabrics!

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  105. Cyn
    4 years ago

    Lovely blues in those little numbers!

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  106. Karin van D.
    4 years ago

    Cute, those florals are lovely. So what exactly are you making? Scented sachets? I think they'd look perfect for that. With a little lavender…hmmm.

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  107. faeryfay
    4 years ago

    I adore Liberty Prints. They are just so pretty!:-)

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  108. julie k
    4 years ago

    They're so cute! Can't wait to see what you do with them.

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  109. nicole
    4 years ago

    ha ha they're cute!
    triangles…. does that mean bunting?

    sooooooo late, better late than never though no?
    xox

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  110. kylie
    4 years ago

    Those fabrics are gorgeous, but I feel like I'm missing something…what are you going to do with your little triangles?

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  111. Marley
    4 years ago

    Thanks so much for having this venue.

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  112. Free Range Chick
    4 years ago

    These really caught my eye.

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  113. Carla
    4 years ago

    Love the Liberty prints

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