Saturday, 18 June 2022

NOT MUCH DONE

 

My dear hubby gave me a present a few days ago....his cold. It was the gift that kept on giving . I am almost over it now but I lost my voice for a day, had a massive migraine the next and there was no way I could achieve much stitching while one eye was swollen closed and my nose was constantly running. However, before I came down with the cold and after Little Lucy wouldn't play nicely and I put her aside again, I was determined to pin baste another UFO. 




(Apologies for the ugly toes )

I prepared everything I need to do some machine quilting but haven't started yet. 

I did start a little stitchery for a bookmark. It is a free design from Jennifer Reynold's blog. ( Jenny of Elefantz). Sorry, I still haven't worked out how to add a link. Jennifer has been creating free monthly bookmark designs this year and they are all really sweet.



The book that Chooky recommended was hard to put down. It is a true crime story here in Australia which is about a woman who is a very interesting but dangerous person. A really good read.




It has been difficult to sneak into my sewing room because we have a furry house guest for 2 weeks. Freya is my daughter's cat who is staying here for 2 weeks while her family are away with their caravan. She has settled in quite quickly and is getting used to a much quieter household without 2 noisy little boys running around. She has been trying to sit on my lap and was washing my hand while I was typing this. 


It is another miserable winter's day, but no rain. I am happy to have Freya sitting on my lap or stretched out on my legs to keep me warm. Stay safe.





9 comments:

  1. Hope you get rid of that cold soon. The quilt looks great and nice to have it ready to go for quilting. Jennifer's little bookmarks are lovely - I keep meaning to make a few for presents. xx

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  2. Sorry to hear you have the cold now, I hope you are better soon. Your quilt looks great all ready when you feel like quilting. Lovely book mark you are making.

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  3. It is very hard to avoid something like that when it is in the house. At least you are ready to go with the quilting when you feel up to it.

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  4. hope you feel better soon.... good to have the quilt ready to pick up when you are...
    Hugz

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  5. Hope you get over your cold soon. Your stitching looks lovely.

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  6. Not good that you caught hubby’s cold, but how lovely to have Freya as a hot water bottle. I love your UFO! It will be good to see it once you’re finished. I love finishing UFOs…oh the relief and delight. 😊

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  7. So sorry to hear you have not been feeling great Ondrea and I hope you are on the mend again now. Your latest UFO looks lovely and I hope it isn't too long before you get it quilted! Hugs Christine xx

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  8. Glad you are feeling better. Lovely stitching and happy UFO finishing xx

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  9. glad you enjoyed the book...........

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  Unfortunately , I have not done any crafty things since my last post. It is a cold and wet day here so I might venture into my sewing room...