Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Ready, Steady, Go

Had fun this week with our little Inspector! He just loves his tucker and won't leave the kitchen when he hears the microwave ping! He reckons it's all about him (we think he's got that right)! This time he had a little problem with the left over pasta - must have taken him at least a minute to clean up his plate!

Still finds it a bit of a struggle to be patient! Here he is on a 'wait' command! Don't let those doggy eyes deceive you, though!

GO !

Yep! I reckon a minute did it - would have been quicker if I'd cut up the pasta!!

Our lovely Coral keeping her fingers busy! You can see that our weather is beginning to cool down - the girls are pulling out their winter scarfes!
Jenny's mum popped in to spend the day with us. She is an avid and talented knitter and quietly sits and enjoys her visits with us. Jenny would be in BIG trouble if 'Mum' was not brought along when up here on her family visitations!
Lyn is one of our Quiet Achievers! Whilst many of us embarked on 'Leanne's House' she was one of the group to complete it! Judy Davidson from Furball Farm Quilting dropped it in last week and although Lyn was not able to attend the group session that week, the rest of us thoroughly enjoyed displaying it! Hope you're feeling better, Lyn

Here's a close up of a couple of the blocks.

Margret O came in with her ironing! If I had realized I would have brought mine along!
A clever example of using black fabric, leaves and a spray bottle of bleach! After putting out in the sun to dry Margret appliqued leaves partially over the stenciled leaves and added the borders. What a great idea for a quilt!
Judy also dropped in one of my Phd's! As I had no idea what to do with these blocks, and the colours were pretty much in my face, I decided to join them with screaming pink and hand it over to be quilted. Another quilt ready to be bound and as you can see, Trixie must have thought it was OK as she settled down happily for her nap, much to our amusement!

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