Wednesday 20 May 2009

So much to do , so little tie

All who read my blog will know I,m a patchwork /quilter. I read many blogs of like minded people but I must say the girls who design , and make little felt creations give me a lot of pleasure. Looking through some patterns ths morning I have come across a download for a toadstall cottage and a mushroom house. They are in felt, I shall be hoping to do one of these today. The patterns are credited to-----http://the little house by the I want to play with felt and buttons,and lace and little beads etc,.---That is after I have done some washing , Ironing,,dusting , planted 2 clematis ( I have to put the trellis up first). Oh, isn,t life a ball? I won,t mention what the windows look like when the sun shines on them . The milkman dropped a bottle of milk at my front door. I,ve already swilled that away. Job done. I put the washing in , AND put liquid soap in the final rinse instead of softener . I will be back later ,it,s going to be an interesting day


Anonymous said...

Solomi, thanks for stopping by my blog. The castle in my photo, Herstmonceaux, is near Rye. We spent a lovely day antiquing in Rye - such a lovely area! And we saw the "chalk horse" and the white cliffs - would love to go back some day!
Have a wonderful day!

Leigh Russell said...

Oh dear, you put me to shame. I must do some housework soon, while I can still remember how to empty the hoover.

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Gilly said...

Cottonreel - thank you so much for the really beautiful pincushion. It is just so delicately done! Yes, it arrived safely a day or so ago.

Scrappy quilter said...

Oooh have you gotten a chance to play yet? I can't wait to see how it all turns out. Hugs..