It was another one of those annoying weeks where I had to adult. You know the ones, where you have to do such exciting things as taking your recycling to the tip, getting your car washed and cashing a cheque at the bank (I really do wish share dividends that amount to under £10 were just paid directly into your bank account!), and that was only the edited highlights before taking into account the fact that I was working at 7:30 on Sunday morning until lunchtime. Yep, living the dream ;o)
Anyway. I did get a few sewing bits and pieces done amongst the boring stuff, like step outs for some alternative pocket options for the Mainstream Camp Bag, and finally last night getting to a few more Moda Building Blocks. I do hope your week was marginally more exciting!
Finishes This Week:
Well this was last week really, but now I can actually show you my present to mum for Mother’s Day on Sunday. Did you guess what it would be?:
I also took some photos of the murals on The Clutha bar (where the helicopter crashed) when I walked into town on Sunday. I’d like to think that Spike Milligan would have found it hilarious that he’d been silenced by rubbish and that Billy Connolly would have acknowledged his audience with a wry smile, but I think Gerry Rafferty may have been less amused:
In Progress This Week:
I’m almost done with my interfacing demo for Camp, just the newly arrived Bosal to add to the packs then labelling can commence:
Here’s blocks 21, 25 and 27 from the 6″ set of the Moda Building Blocks, still loads to go!
To Be Worked On This Week:
Psyching myself up for Bag Camp
Getting all my demos sorted out
Maybe a few more Building Blocks…
Hope you all have a great week!
Hello. Sorry you had to adult. I hate that. LOL! 🙂 What are the Moda Building blocks? I don't think I've heard of that. I am home recovering from surgery last Thursday and am doing quite well but don't feel up to sitting at the sewing machine or standing at the cutting table yet. I am about to head out for my first walk outside since coming home on Friday so wish me luck. 🙂
That's a beautiful bowl. I hope your mum likes it
She seemed to thank you :o)
Darling basket for mum – love the fabric in the bottom!
Ugh having to do adult things are the worst, especially if banks are involved. I love the basket you made for your mum!
Hope mum liked her basket – I was bursting to tell her my guess!!' I really like the idea of the fabric in the centre, very neat way of, um, finishing the start?