So, here's the thing, I have been working nonstop on the project for the Inspirations magazine - I stress so much about doing projects for them. To be honest, I am totally intimidated by the standard of work showcased in this magazine.
I had a Skype interview the other day with an editor of a quilt magazine in the States. We had a lovely chat about this and that. It was interesting to note that it was a modern quilt magazine. She sees my crazy quilting as modern.
Anyway, I set myself up with a cup of tea and a "rawball" made by the lovely Sharon from one of my crazy classes.
Back to my sewing room to work on the project. This time I had real chocolate to sustain me.
My second book has been released by the publishers -but is only available on Monday.
Little Bonbon continues to delight us.
You will be pleased to know that I completed the embroidery for the Inspirations magazine - I can now breathe.
Bonbon - caught in the act.
Next on my agenda is blitzing my sewing room - toooooo much stuff around the place.
The sea has been rough and huge.
There are pretty things to look at when I stop to breathe.........
................... which isn't as much as it used to be.
I must confess that I am getting quite quick at zooming up and down.
...................lets hope it helps the old cholesterol.
Gareth grew a gemsquash!!!!
And Gus is enjoying the mat a gave them.
All my love