Stitching and Studying

First up, the parades for March’s Le Petite Projects are up at Sinta’s and Sherri’s blogs.  This month we did Endless Summer by Pam Buda.  It always amazes me how different but still amazing all the treatments of the pattern turn out.  Go and have a look, there are also

Swippity Swappity Swee

For some reason I want to add a mouse ran up to my knee… to the end of that. Why? I don’t know… I’ve mentioned that I am participating in Swaps yes?!  The first one I participated in is at Block Swap Adventure 12.5inch blocks are swapped each month, and

Saturday Stitch and Play

Realising that my blog should come with a warning (and I will be expanding on this, I have decided to put up some permanent signage).  If you are not from Australia, these signs are of constant amusement to tourists in fact you can buy them as fridge magnets, tea towels,

Edging Toward my Endless Summer

I received my Endless Summer pattern on Tuesday from Quilt Taffy which was marvellous, since it gives me plenty of time to get this month’s Le Petite project completed.  It was my birthday on Friday last week [unfortunately the day of the Earthquake 🙁 ], it was also a public

I’ve never been afraid of the Ides of March, or any other day in March actually!

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

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