My cough is back, and this model is just in time for the International Film Festival - botheration! There is no way I can go to the cinema in this state so I have borrowed a dvd set from the local library and am watching "When the Boat Comes In" which was made in l975! wow! I am really enjoying it but have to stop saying to myself how young all the actors look!
Please can someone help with a gardening question? My skills are limited, I really would like to know what these two plants are :-
I made a rash promise in kiwiquilters that I would show the top I made using the Jelly Roll technique featured on YouTube.. Well I watched the video, thought it looked like fun - but I have sooooo much fabric there is no way I would buy more. I was under the impression that a Jelly Roll had twenty different fabrics, so I went to the cupboard and took the top twenty pieces from the blue pile, I then washed them -
I had my granddaughters to stay for a couple of days in their holidays, we enjoy having lunch -lots of places in Petone to chose from, and then a fossick in the Red Cross second hand clothing shop. They are raffling a quilt and were happy for me to photograph it - oh dear, the pedant in me, I do prefer the old spelling!!
Last month I went along to the exhibition at Pataka, most Saturdays two or three of us go to Kaizen for lunch after we have been teaching at the prison, and there is always something of interest at Pataka. This time it was Coastal Quilters and the Gear House pottery group - a most happy combination.
The quilt challenge was so interesting, so many different ways to showcase the challenge fabric. I have Sue Bracken's permission to show her clown, Mr. Happy -
So I finish tonight on a cheerful note.
Talk again soon