Forward thinking is quite an unusual thing for me to do, but I needed a project to take on holiday last month.
Not one for sleeping on a sun lounger all day I packed a zipped pouch with scraps of material, needle, thread and scissors and put together some tiny hexagon patches.
The fabrics were snippets of silver, white and blue fabric left over from a full-size heart wreath I made last year, so without thinking, I had moved on to Christmas mode.
Over the last few days, I have been sewing them together, making small patchwork mats for the Christmas table. Today I finished the last one.
It's almost the weekend, Have a good one,
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Saturday, August 5, 2017
Slowly but surely the work has continued but since the summer arrived I managed to get the house outside and do the really messy sanding job. I removed all the lumps and slurries of dried plaster that were spoiling the outside walls. It is now smooth and ready for the new paint. I plan to add sand for some texture.
The shop windows were held in with two screws so I removed them and was able to disconnect the roller blinds and will be able to put in new ones when I've made them.
My dilemma is whether to decorate the outside first or the inside.
I hope you're having a sunny weekend,
Monday, January 9, 2017
I have two fabulous chairs made by Kris Kompas that I was creating the scene around.
I bought a table, chairs and wall unit from a lady on Face Book because they resembled the G-Plan furniture my parents bought in the 70s.
I stitched the small rug and my old friend, Bob made the wooden coffee table which displays the fruit made by Bel in a turned wooden bowl I bought on the internet but it was so long ago I can't remember and I didn't keep details, I'm very cross with myself as I usually keep note.
So, this morning I made two cushions, and already the scene has livened up a bit.