I'm looking forward to a great 2016. I have so many UFO's that I would like to complete this year,fingers crossed I will be able to do that and have time to spend with all my quilting buddies as well.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Back Home from Tassie.
Firstly I would like to thank everyone who left a comment on my last post wishing us a lovely holiday. I appreciate you taking the time to do so. Had limited access to the net so mainly used it to catch up on e-mails and blog posts. Have been on the computer today to try and catch up on what has been happening while I have been away. This old fellow has been sticking to me like glue all day, nice to know I was missed by someone. This is my cat Oscar sitting on my feet while I'm writing this post.
We had a wonderful time in Tasmania visiting Chris's family. We stayed with my FIL in Rosetta in Hobart. The house overlooks the Derwent and has a wonderful view but for some reason I can't find the photo I'm sure I took of it.
Just so happened the V8's were racing at Symmons Plains on the first weekend.
I got time to do some stitching in between races.
We stayed in Launceston overnight and visited Cataract Gorge the next day as well as The Automotive Museum. I know, more car stuff.
The rest of the time we spent with family and friends. My FIL took us to the Mona Museum, quite a strange place with unusual exhibits. Here is my hubby and his Dad in front of one of the outside displays.
I did get plenty of time to stitch though and here are the stitcheries for my April SAL project.
I stitched them in a variegated blue Cottage Garden thread called Blue Wren. Also did a bit of secret Xmas and Colour Swap stitching which I will show you at a later date.
I bought a few things at the couple of quilt shops I got to visit and will show them next time. So till then Happy Stitching...............