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Catching Up On June.

Posted on | June 28, 2017 | 8 Comments

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Time to get in a quick post for June. I have been busy with a lot of sewing activities, but none worthy of posting. Plenty of cutting and preparation and lots of projects at the halfway mark. It has turned very cold here so lots of inside time for sewing.

Here are a couple of small finishes – a couple of Marg Low felt decorations.

I have also started a McKenna Ryan quilt – Chrissy Down Under.. Two blocks done so far.

This is going to be a very long term project. The first two blocks are a mixed bag. I like the end result of Santa and the animals at the beach. The fabrics work well in the design.

However, the other block with the Tassie Devil bothers me as there is no definition on the devil. You can’t see his arms being held in front of him. I think I will need to stitch over them in a different colour. I have held off on the eyes and nose until I decide what to do.

My husband has been busy again knitting a jacket for our 2yo grand daughter with his spun wool. It looks lovely and is so warm.

 

 

We have been enjoying a few Melbourne activities lately. I had a Tiger Moth flight over Melbourne. We have been to the Eureka Skydeck on the 88th floor with our grandchildren and we are going to go on the big wheel next week. It seems every activity is associated with height and views.

I hope your week is going well.

Cheers, Karen

 

 

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8 Responses to Catching Up On June.

  • sunny says: Hi Karen! Nice to see you. I love your Santa on the beach. And the little sweater is adorable. How great that you hubby knits.
  • Susan says: Yes, Mr Possum is a bit scary, is t he!? The Christmas decorations are very cute though! I'm still receiving email updates for your blog, so no problem there!
  • Elaine/MuddlingThrough says: I love the Santa with the surfboard block! What fun! And how talented your husband is - great looking jacket!
  • Frances says: I do like the Santa block...so indicative of how we felt on our first Aussie Christmas!!! Your blog is showing up on my blog roll again so I think that things are working properly.
  • peg says: loving your finishes.....
  • Shez says: Hi Karen thought i will give it another try to comment. Love those xmas decorations and your santa blocks look great,boy your hubby is amazing the little jacket is beautiful xx
  • Mia says: How lovely blocks, my friend! i LOVE both of them!!!
  • Rachaeldaisy says: Gorgeous decorations!! Your Aussie Christmas quilt is going to be such fun. I love that your husband is knitting a jacket with wool he has spun!! How wonderful you went in a Tiger Moth.I bet it was an exciting experience. Mr Daisy had a flight last year and loved it. I was happy watching from the ground. :)

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