Tuesday, 28 October 2008
Sunday, 26 October 2008
the dove.....and last but not least, the kangaroos!!Wonder what the next installment will be?
Saturday, 25 October 2008
Friday, 24 October 2008
I worked on my Noah's Arc blocks, a little gift for my Stitching Angel package and I made a grab bag. It's a bit dull so I might add something to it, maybe some embroidery....hhhmmm, not sure, any ideas?
There's a link to the grab bag pattern under Great Tutorials in my side bar.
Tuesday, 21 October 2008
Sunday, 19 October 2008
and received a little gift at the end, a cute cup and saucer filled with Lindt Chocolates!
I filled it with some goodies and she loved it! I'd worked on this from the day she first told me they were trying to conceive and I knew it wouldn't take her long, I wonder what she'll have....a boy or girl? I know she'll make a wonderful mother!!
Ooh and look at the lovely gift she gave us for organising the baby shower, beautiful cream and soap from The Body ShopSo now my busy weekend is over, back to work tomorrow and I'm going to get on my bike and ride there. Wednesday last week was Ride To Work Day in Australia and I did that just, I used to ride to work all the time when I worked in the city, it was a great ride thatfollws the Derwent River, very picturesque. The ride I take now is only 10 minutes, not very scenic but good for me and good for the environment! Hopefully it doesn't rain!
Tuesday, 14 October 2008
Sorry but I've got nothing to show today, I'm working on my xmas baubles still!
P.S. Robyn from Daisy Quilts needs a little hello too!
Sunday, 12 October 2008
It was a bit fiddly getting the ball closed and tied off.. The button was simple and the flower was too. Don't look under the flower though cause it's a bit messy just admire it from the top!
Tonight I'll be working on the xmas baubles for my Tassie Blogging Buddies!
Saturday, 11 October 2008
Monday, 6 October 2008
Then we'd vist Cadbury Chocolate Factory to get our fill of chocolate, just 5 minutes down the road...yyyuuummmo!
(My son and his friend being silly putting the hair nets over their faces)
Then off to Richmond to see a Tassie Devil .... and over the Richmond bridge, built by convicts....
Then we'd end the trip with a bit of camping and fossicking for sapphires, my other favourite past time. I love sitting around the campfire at night when there's not a cloud in the sky, trillions of stars and watching for satellites flying by. Most times we have the campsite to ourself!
Ooh and if you don't like camping there's a hotel 15 minutes down the road!!