Ahh, I actually got back behind the sewing machine again this week and completed 2 whole projects, it feels good! I’ve also been doing a load of planning for some upcoming projects, and making my friends measure their kids (I’m hoping that’s cryptic enough to keep you all pondering for a while!) One of my evil colleagues has also shared the cold and chest infection that he’d brought back from Saudi Arabia where he’d been on holiday. Sweets would have been nicer, he’s taken out the whole team…
I hope you’ve been having a creative week, don’t forget to check out my post from yesterday for a chance to win a copy of Mary Abreu’s new book Hack That Tote.
Finishes This Week:
This little lot is made up and hanging out in QN Towers waiting for its shoot for the next issue:
And of course I also finished my version of the Tubular Frame Purse for the Hack That Tote Blog Tour:
In Progress This Week:
I’ve been using the leftovers from my tote to make a little accompaniment for it, and playing with some different frames while I was at it.
To Be Worked On This Week:
- Next QN project
- Class Samples for some upcoming classes
Hope the lurgy goes soon!
Oh No, not the dreaded chest cold this early in the season. Get better soon.
I need to get behind or in front of the sewing machine and start on my Christmas list projects before I’m trying to get it all done at the last minute like I’ve done in past years. It should be easier now that our rainy season has arrived. It just dawned on me that yesterday I forgot to say I was interested in a chance to win a copy of Mary Abreu’s new book. Is it too late to get in on that?
Aw no . It’s a bit early to be chesty
Thoughtless colleague indeed.
Still loving that bag.