Saturday, 12 April 2014


On Wednesday afternoon it was a mix of emotions as I waved good bye to Chicka as she embarked on the trip of a life time. She is spending the next 2 weeks on a school excursion in JAPAN!
25 students and 4 teachers - I am in awe that they would even attempt it.
 Definitely a big difference to few days I spent in Canberra when I was at school.
I love modern technology as we have been able to stay in contact with her and it almost feels like we are there. The first message I received was .......... 'Mum I brought the cutest pair of shorts!'............... that's my girl!
A great photo of them in their team shirts in front of a temple in Tokyo.
Yesterday they spent the day at Tokyo Disneyland ....... for a little girl who grew up loving Disney Princesses, I have no doubt this will be one of the highlights of the trip.  
Never let a chance go by - always the dancer!
What's a mummy to do while she waits to hear all the news?
Stitch of course!
I had been working on the Rosalie Quinlan Christmas Wreath for a few weeks and it's now finished. Just need to pop to the shops and get a canvas to attach it to.
Such a cute design!
Until Next Time
Happy Stitching xox

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Shopping in Nundle

We visited Kerry's shop on Friday afternoon, its such a cute shop with so many beautiful things. I'm sure we all walked out with a small amount of shopping.
I noticed a beautiful quilt hanging on the wall and whilst speaking with Kerry and her showing how another quilter was making it to me in another colour way -I was sold. It was an original design of Kerry's and she had run out of patterns.
Hmmmm to purchase or not to purchase - that was the question........ No question really, of course I purchased the pattern and it will be on its way shortly. Can't wait for it to come.
Sorry I forgot to take a picture of the quilt. 
 Kerry also showed us a few other quilts that were sitting on the shelf. There were some really beautiful colours and designs.
One in particular looked amazing, then Kerry mentioned her own flimsy hanging near the French general range.
Well need I say any more - I just had to have it!

 I also purchased a few of Lynette's fabric's
On Saturday Lynette had quite a few of her quilts hanging around the hall.
I fell in love with Lynette's quilt 'Woodland Secrets' however I do think I might try it using  another of Lynette's ranges.

On Sunday morning as we were packing up the gorgeous Chez gave me this amazing pincushion.
Thank you so much Chez, I love it <3 
  That's all for Nundle 2014, I'm already looking forward & counting down to 2015
Until Next Time
Happy Stitching xox 
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