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This week is going by in a flash! I have had some wonderful fabric delivered as you can see in the top photo, I love the bird one so much I have ordered more from the same range and can't wait for it to arrive. And the Amy Butler full moon is one of my favourites that I couldn't resist getting more of as the colours are just perfect. And the second picture is of my latest work in progress, it came to me in a flash of inspiration on tuesday evening and I managed to get his far with it last night. My aim for tonight is to finish it ready to post tomorrow, but I might get distracted by the huge (no exaggeration) pile of branches in my garden that need chopping up. (We cut about 1.5 metres off the top of an extremely tall 60 foot long hedge at the weekend, and I need to get it all out of the garden before it kills my grass!) We have also been eating lots of strawberries this week as Stuart picked 4.5 pounds on monday, and last night we ate the first baby carrots, delicious! : )

11 comments:

Claire said...

That bird fabric is gorgeous!

mmmmm! Strawberries - I ate my six that I picked yesterday for my lunch. not quite 4.5lb! :)

xx

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Sew Bettie said...

The little birds are lovely.

Mrs.French said...

the fabric is wonderful! I love how you politely tease us with your work in progress...can't wait to see the rest!

Victoria said...

Great fabric, and I am looking forward to seeing your newest project when it's all done!

Hey Harriet said...

Oooh that birdy fabric is sweet! Looking forward to seeing your newest piece once completed. Good luck with all that gardening!

littlebyRD said...

It's fun to see your work in progress - looking forward to the finished product! Have a wonderful weekend.

Tizzalicious said...

I love all the fabric!

Shayla said...

I love your new fabric and the project you're working on looks very garden inspired. Lovin' it!

please sir said...

What lovely pieces!!

Julia said...

Oooohhh, not only does your project sound yummy, but the strawberries and baby carrots do too!