Thursday, July 20, 2017

Stitching....

There has been a little stitching going on while we have been busy partying. I have managed to finish another little stitchery from United Stitches. This is a slow project and is stitched when there isn't anything else on the go.
 I have finally put together the Mother Goose quilt and it is going to the quilters today. I really enjoyed stitching this label for it.
 It was exciting to get Part 7 of Dancing Chickens and Flying Pigs last week. Couldn't wait to start it.

 Here are the shirts I appliqued for the big boys. They are really into Ninja Turtles these days.

 Jayne has been so productive and has made all these wonderful projects from Natalie Bird's new book. She told me she is making everything in the book!


Sunday, July 16, 2017

The big boys are 5

We have had a few celebrations over the last few weeks as Benny and Sammy turned 5. Very hard to believe those tiny babies are so big now. We celebrated as a family on their actual birthday.








Then yesterday they had a Ninja Turtle party with some friends. It was good fun and they had a very lovely time. I cut out lots of Ninja Turtle masks and their Mum made some great Ninja Turtle games and created turtle shells from foil trays!











Auntie Lyndal iced the cakes (baked by Mummy) and they looked very good and tasted yummy too.

 I made the boys some Ninja Turtle "5" tops! The fabric only came in the post on Friday so they were made in a bit of a rush.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Ma comes to visit

We have had a busy week in chilly Canberra. Ma had been on a lovely cruise with her daughter, Janelle, to warm places and then came to very cool Canberra for a visit. It was lovely to see her and especially as it was her birthday and Bruce's too. I didn't get too many photos but Bruce wanted to take some studio shots so we have those and they are lovely. We did enjoy cake, some meals out and lots of time with the little people too.








 I have not had a lot of stitching time but have enjoyed making these crochet hexies.
 I couldn't resist buying this new book by Natalie Bird at Hobbysew last week.
 Finally a bit of late show and tell from last week. Roni has made up her Rosalie Quinlan stitchery into a wonderful table mat. Looks so good.
 Lynda has also been busy and has made a lovely hexi necklace for her daughter.