Over the Christmas break I have packed up my sewing room to make way for some of my family staying for a few months. Not such a hard job really, is it?!! Ooooh, but how did I accumulate so much? so many unfinished projects, so many "ideas" underway, so many projects almost finished - how did this happen??!!
After filling every available cupboard, I had to take 6 tubs of fabric to the shop - all stacked nicely in the office. But then I had the unfinished projects, what do I do with them all? Well, I filled a large suitcase and took that to the shop too! They now form part of our window display, which looks very nice I must say! We will be able to use different projects for the whole year I think!!
Those projects formed part of my new year resolutions - to get some finished but here we are already the middle of February! and still getting started ... yes albeit slowly!!
We had some great all day classes in January, for both patchwork and embroidery, to get us inspired and keen for 2020 - they were a lot of fun so we will repeat them in the next school holidays.
We have Julie's Cathedral Windows coming up on the 21st and 28th Feb. If you feel like learning a new technique, pop in and have a look at the samples she has brought in - they're stunning!!
We have already had large deliveries of flannel, so we are all stocked up and beginning to get ready for the Australian Quilt Convention in April. This year we are also going to Craft Alive in Bendigo in June and Hobart in October.
I hope you are all having a good start to the year, and hope to catch up soon,