Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Busy, Busy & Embarassment


I've been trying to get myself organised and finish all of my commitments to the end of the year so I can have a little downtime over Christmas.  I want to try to avoid that pre-christmas rush if I can so I have finished the Framed Hexagons for the 4th month.  Here is a little peek of them before they were framed.



I have also been working on my "Blessings Sampler" in a new colourway.  The stitchery and applique is now complete so I just have the piecing left to do on this one.




And I have been working on a project which will be the first part in a new club coming to "Fee's Shabby Shack" in a few weeks.



I wanted to make sure that the project was easy to understand and make as it is not one of mine.  I have almost completed this one so now all I have to do now is to choose the fabrics which will be released in the first month of this club from the studio shelves.  Once it is finished I will be able to tell you all about it.




I have to say that I am very embarassed to show you this picture.  This is my beloved vegetable garden that has been very neglected over winter as you can see.  But there is a perfectly good reason.  I have wild rabbits that love getting in here and eating anything that I plant so our plan now is to wire the picket fence and fill up the gaps - Let's hope they don't dig in under !!  As you can see I have already cleared one bed next to the rhubarb ready for spring planting.

Hugs,

Fee X

7 comments:

Susan said...

mmm that Christmassy looking project looks interesting . . I will have to be patient - right??
By the way Fiona - about the hexagions - how many are there going to be?? Just trying to plan what fabrics to use...

Sisbabestitches said...

Oh another club, you have such lovely ideas, I am looking forward to seeing what this one is, it looks lovely
Good luck with keeping the bunnies out, definitely the weather for gardening! If only I could fence out the earwigs that are munching my cucumber seedlings, lol

Christine M said...

Your veggie patch looks much better than mine! LOL! My weeds are two foot high and everywhere!

shez said...

the xmas project looks intriguing Fee.Damn those pesky rabbits,hope your new fence works okay.xx

Cheryll said...

Ooohhh looks interesting... I LoVe Christmas "stuff"...
Don't like pesky wabbits though! :)

Annie said...

Mmm, veggie patches and rabbits - we have got truckloads here at the moment, but I just love watching them scooting around of an evening....so cute....needless to say no veggies planted yet:-(

Melody said...

Love the look of the new fabrics.