Hi guys ... sorry for the unexpected and rather longer than anticipated break in transmission! December proved to be a very busy month for Don't Look Now and even busier for the Don't Look Now family!
I hope you all have had a terrific Christmas and safe New Year!
We took a short break away in Warrnambool from Boxing day until yesterday.
I really love spending time here ...
not only is it a beautiful town ....
but it is also a wonderful place to spend family time ...
and to catch up on some sewing!!!!
... after many hours spent watching the kids playing and swimming and playing some more I have finally caught up with the Joseph's Coat schedule and I am now working on the tutorial for the next step which I will post later this week. I will also do a round up and post all of the incentive winners then as well ... sorry for the delay with this but time is not my friend of late!
I finally sent Lilly Pilly on her way last month to my dear Anna and she arrived just in time for a white Christmas!!!
(photo stolen from Anna!)I now need to get my skates on and make another!
Finally something for the Victorian country girls! Do you feel like a couple of time out sewing, away from the kids and in a beautiful place like this????
Of course you do!!!! Who wouldn't?????
I am teaching a two day workshop at Ballarat Patchwork on Saturday the 23rd of January and Saturday the 13th of February.
The primary project of the class will be your choice of cushions from Pretty 'n Pink ...
and will cover raw edge applique, free motion stitching & making up your pillow.
This workshop is suitable for beginners! Ballarat Patchwork's class sizes are luxuriously small and each day is 6 hours which will make this a great opportunity for some really focused learning!
If you would like more information contact the shop here ...
I'm off for now and I will catch up with you all again in a few days ... but before I go perhaps just a little peek at something that has been hogging my Bernina time!
I am loving this one!!!
Don't you just love summer holidays!!!!
Joshua has certainly lost his fear of the water!!!!