That post title was to suck you all in. I haven't really been doing all that much ...
I'm starting to worry . The Spotlight catalogue arrived last week and I couldnt find a single thing in it I had to rush down and buy. Then Sara sent me a 10 dollar voucher and I went to Spotlight and still couldn't find anything to blow my free money on. Ladies and Gentlemen, I've become impervious to fabric. It's as if I've been taken over by aliens whose sole purpose is to deny me the pleasure of the usual rush I get when I see bolts of material all stacked and looking pretty.
I'm noticing Blogland is pretty quiet lately. For us Southern Hemisphere people Im guessing we're all practising storing our nuts and hibernating for the impending winter. For you Northern folk , I'm pretty sure you've forsaken the rest of us to enjoy sun and we wont hear from you again until about Thanksgiving. I seem to recall a conversation I had with all of you about two years ago where I carefully explained that I need to be entertained during the colder Aussie months and that Summer was cancelled for anyone lucky enough to be having sun when I wasn't.
I have decreed April is going to be my big finish month. Really. With the Easter break and another public holiday this month surely I should be able to pull a couple of rabbits out of a hat and knock off some lurking projects.And because I'm starting April as I mean to finish this is what I knocked off that list on Monday.
The back - a vintage unused sheet that I've been dying to use forever.
Ta da ! My first finished hexie project.
Simple quilting but it looks so pretty!
That means I can link up to Elizabeth's monthly finishes linky party. Finally! I've been saying I was going to since January!
Two more hexie flowers have magically appeared since the last time I showed some of those off. Then I ran out of already glued ones and spent some time gluing up some more. And then I spent some time un-gluing myself from the lounge , the box I keep them in and finally myself.
In other news Mr. P and I flipped our mattress yesterday. Last time we did that was... never. We've had the mattress for about 8 years so obviously we don't like to rush big decisions.
I continue to be oven-less in Adelaide. Apparently an element is a big ask. I didnt realise how much I use my oven until I didnt have one. I'm consoling myself with the thought that I'm saving lives by not baking and forcing others to eat the results.
And to show Im not a complete slackarse , my Easter gifts for the girls at work are done and have already been handed out.
Pyjamas out !