One thing that my pets know how to do is to relax. Here is "Dreamer" in his favourite winter spot - The mantle. If you look closely you can see the chew marks on the greyhounds nose of my figurine. This is Dreamer's contribution to home decorating. Lucky I adore him !!
Yesterday was pretty bleak here so after spending the morning doing those mundane housework chores I spent the afternoon in my sewing room. Firstly I played with some binding for Amy's quilt - It is all attached now just needs to be stitched down.
I managed to finish stitching down the binding on my new design - It's as easy as 1,2,3
There was a brief moment of sunshine when I was taking photographs of it.
It is a nice bright quilt with paper piecing, embroidery, simple piecing and applique - So a bit of everything.
As usual Sarah did a wonderful job of quilting it.
I also played with some applique and managed to get the next 2 blocks of Henrietta's Whiskers ready to stitch - Blocks 5 & 6. So I had a pretty productive afternoon. Let's hope I can snatch another hour or two today to play with my UFO for this month - Nanny Sharon's Picnic Quilt (Threadbare Design) which I started about 2 years ago.
I will leave you with this photograph of the little wren that played in the garden outside my sewing room window yesterday.
Hugs - Fee XX