Here in Adelaide, and where I was born (and the rest of the Southern Hemisphere) it’s the start of Autumn. Here in Adelaide it means the Adelaide Festival, The Fringe Festival, the Adelaide Cup – conveniently a new public holiday for the Adelaide Cup, which is also conveniently very close to my birthday. St Patrick’s day and getting close to Easter.
So I like March? what about you?
Today I have a few things to talk about
- my parade (no not that parade… my parade)
- the Where the Wind Blows fat quarter pack giveaway at Vignette in Stitches
- I decided to make a list at the top of my post just in case I forgot something whilst writing, and I have already forgotten
The Parade, is the Le Petite Parade for February and can be viewed here on Sinta’s Blog and here on Sherri’s Blog – mine is on Sherri’s blog this time. Coming up we are making a pattern called Endless Summer by Pam Buda of Heartspun Quilts. After my little tragedy with the black and whites I think I may go back to pre-coordinated fabrics before improvising again.
Here is Sinta’s version of the pattern, isn’t it purty?
(Pic copyright Sinta Renee)
To celebrate the printing of Issue 2 of Vignette Leanne Beasley of Leanne’s House, has passed on a Fat Quarter Pack of Melanie Hurlston’s Where the Wind Blows Fabric Collection, which is used in a project in Issue 2, to Perri, the hostess extroadianaire at Vignette in Stitches Blog, so hurry on over before the 10th March (next Thursday) so you can get a chance to win too!
(Pic copyright Leanne Beasley)
I’m not sure if I will be stitching any more today, I had one of those days at work where you get into the office, sit down and look up and its 5:30pm. I always explain to people that I turn into (more of (?)) a moron straight after work. It usually takes my brain a few hours to recover, especially after debugging, and I have been debugging this particular code for a while now… Recovery, however, seems a bit elusive today, so I may wander over to the television and numb my brain with something entertaining. You don’t want to know what I find entertaining… he he he
But I am looking forward to spending some quality time with some fresh cottons this week, and have no fear, you will be the first to ‘hear’ about it.
Sneak Peak of my block progress so far for the March Block Swap Adventure below