My email is back up and running thank goodness.
My, how we have come to rely on the technical world!
After my DD's successful shopping trip,
l took a few girlfriends back the next week,
and these fabrics below are what came home with me.
An early Christmas present to myself.
Have found just a little time for stitching. These paper pieced,
soon to be half square triangles are for a swap l am
doing with my Sorrento Sewing group. No plan, but enjoying
the simple stitching required. An evening in front of the
telly to remove the papers coming soon!
l am using Edyta Sitars Triangle Exchange papers.
They are quick and easy to use. About 5 minutes to sew a page,
about 5 more minutes to cut them apart and your ready to
remove papers. The best thing l like about them is they are so accurate.
No more trimming each square to the correct size.
And no waste!!
My Sorrento Sewing Group had an evening out recently to exchange christmas gifts.
Yep! You guessed it. Mini Red and White Quilts!
Here we are with the quilts we each took home.
Sandra, Margaret, Chris, Me and Jill.
Anne and Bev.
These are done in secret, so no one knows what anyone else is making.
l love that they are all different.
This gorgeous tin barn!! Those girls so get me!!
Its just perfect to take my hand stitching in when we
head up to Castlemaine for Applique Group.
And as its Christmas, l thought it time for a giveaway!!
The first person to guess correctly what l am doing in the photo below will
receive in the mail a copy of my Infinite Variety Revisited pattern.
And if no one can guess, l will draw a name at random.
l will check in and see how the guessing is going, and give a hint or two if needed!!
Good luck everyone!!
Off out for dinner with some friends who belonged to the first
ever stitching group l started.
Too many years ago to think!!
Well, thanks for visiting.