Everyone is starting to get interested in patchwork at the moment and considering A Christmas wall hanging to try tout some patchwork and appliqué skills.
The main patchwork is generally very quick and instant satisfaction as you see it coming together. The small chequers on this one though were very time consuming and really could have been done much better, but practice makes perfect.
We were married 23 years ago with the daffodils and bluebells in their glory. I had my favourite flowers in my bouquet as well as those I made from my ivory satin for my dress. Hoping to get out and about more soon with Smudge into the woods but the weather has still been playing up a bit with some heavy showers just when I think I have some free time.
Many signs of spring and for us that encourages a change in menu both inside and out. Lots more opportunities for picnics with friends and cooking different meals inside.
Crafting continues and this month we raised just over £26 for Kiwoko. I have spent much more time on my family research as you will see from my other blogs but still some knitting done, papercraft and some sewing.
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|Jake my limited edition bear gets his portrait done at art last Thursday|