Thursday, 19 May 2016

IN JUNE......

... we have an on-the-night-make at Sandbach Quilt group. The topic is "an introduction to foundation piecing" ... and guess who got that one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hey-Ho xx lol x The thinking cap went on as to WHAT to do .. and HOW best to do it in the limited time we have.

The last couple of days I have spent the "ME" time to put to-gether packs with .. pattern.. interfacing .. and fabric I would LOVE to tell you that I now have LOADS of room in my stash... naaaaa ! You cant even tell xx lol .. the packs are done..


.........and am I glad!

For those who like to see how the garden is doing .. these pictures...




are from earlier to-day .... before the rain came back xx




Diane x

6 comments:

Ali Honey said...

It's amazing what is hiding in most of our fabric stashes isn't it!
Your garden is looking bright and lovely.

Terry said...

What great looking fabric packs! I enjoyed seeing photos of all your blooming flowers. I look forward to hearing how the "tutorial" goes! (I know it will be an awesome experience for all involved!)--Terry

kiwikid said...

My goodness you are a busy beaver!!! Good luck with the foundation piecing!I am sure it will be much fun!! Love the look at your garden, that maple is gorgeous!!

Sharyn Baldwin said...

I' sure your foun dation piecing night will go smashingly! Your garden is lovely and flowerly also!! We are coming into Winter in our neck of the woods, so colour is harder to come by - sort of!

Benta AtSLIKstitches said...

What design are you doing? If they want to go on I have a screen for printing 1/4 circle of flying geese and also New York beauty so you can provide those for zero cost too

Debra said...

Your garden is looking very pretty. I love your garden space, you've filled it with lovely flowers and that beautiful red rose. Don't forget to post a photo when it blooms please.

Mine is closing down as it is late autumn in Australia. However, as I live in a temperate coastal area it surprises me how many plants continue to flower here right through winter, including the rose Crépuscule. I have a hydrangea out in all it's blue/mauveness, the zygote cactus is in flower as are a few of my orchids.

Cheers
Deb xxx