As the title of this post suggests I’ve been enjoying a very mixed bag of projects this week! My activities have been affected by a head cold. I’ve spent more time at home than planned. There were times when my brain seemed to be completely surrounded by a fuggy blanket so not all those hours indoors were particularly productive! Never mind, whenever the fuggy blanket slipped I was able to move into the sewing room and enjoy some of my patchwork projects 🙂
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I’m still working away on preparations for the Two Ways to Build A Log Cabin workshop. In amongst other commitments I’ve been sharing time between my laptop and my sewing machine – fine tuning the pattern instructions and making a set of blocks. I’m pleased with this more modern looking colourway and with the adjustments I made to the block pattern to achieve a distinctly curved outline with the ‘logs’.
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It’s been a funny old week for me. My husband has been away for six nights on a business trip – to the Caribbean would you believe! He arrived home safely on Friday morning – it was -1ºC when his plane landed at Gatwick, the day before he’d flown out of Antigua after enjoying a swim in temperatures nearing 30ºC!
Seven days and six nights home alone…! I coped but I wouldn’t like to have to do it too often. For a start I struggle to eat properly when I’m on my own – so tempting to have a few slices of toast rather than preparing vegetables and
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I had a fruitful sewing day with friends on Thursday. I made most of the blocks for my latest version of ‘Dashing Stars’, the quilt pattern written by Viv Poon especially for the Beginners Course run in her shop Purple Stitches. I’m