Who knew my first little baby quilt would lead to life changing events? My aunt Pam invited me to her sewing group (with the other aunts) over eight years ago and in the note she sent, she warned me, 'Careful, it's addictive!' If only I'd listened.... I've recently made a big purchase and have a lot of organising to do over the next year but the plan is to eventually have a new, very patchy 'real' job and use the current one to pay for the fabric stash! A girls gotta dream.
No sewing for a few days because of the real job and no camera cord to add any photos of my recent fun and games. Mr CP came with me to AQC. Yes, that's right, it says he CAME WITH ME! And it was voluntary. He's very interested in the process of quilt making although I have explained that he can't make a quilt until he grows some facial hair - I've noticed a lot of man-quilters tend to have some sort of odd facial growth. We rounded out our day with a trip to the movies (saw 'Beneath HIll 60' -an Aussie war movie that I can recommend. Not too gory and a story well told) and the out for dinner at a funky little restaurant on Hardware Lane in Melbourne.
Back to reading blogs, thinking about sewing, considering my stash and pondering other fabric that I
It seems all Annabell needs is a cardboard box to make her life complete.Abbe x