Because of the weather, visitors, keeping the garden alive and dealing with the produce, I haven't got much sewing done during the summer, and certainly no finishes during August.
The quilt my SIL made under my tuition has now reached it's new owners. The prem baby was born two weeks ago, both mother and Oliver are doing well, and love their new quilt. I put the binding on, took it over to England last week, and Bridget hand stitched it down.
Bridget will get some photos of it finished, but the only one she has now has a baby on it!
I've made progress on my stained garden quilt, the supernova, started a tunic top, and another quilt for
I've been progressing with my EPP Snowball, and I used Instagram for the very first time, which is another story that I wrote about here!
But what I really need to do now is get on line and order some fabric to finish all these things. I do, I really do!
And September. Well I have to finish the sueprnova and the terraced garden for Rhonda's FAl Quarter 3. I am now in two Bees, so have blocks to do for that. I am signing up for a QAL, and hope maybe to join in the next Mouth Stitches round, and also the next round of For the love of Solids. Possibly a little over ambitious, but we'll see!
My SIL, Bridget, is here this weekend again, with her family this time, so we are hoping to get the boys out today, so that we can do a bit of sewing in peace. The boys (19 and 23) hit the high spots of Valtice last night (more about that later) so no doubt won't see the light of day before they have to go out this afternoon! They're off to a shooting range - not sure if that's a good idea after a night out drinking!
So although it's a bit late, I'm linking up with Lynne's Fresh Sewing Day. Enjoy the rest of the weekend