Friday, 1 November 2019


I have discovered, as far as sewing projects go, that I like a deadline. I say, for sewing projects, as it clearly doesn't apply to my blogging.

I was sorry to miss a post last month, I knew the end of the month was creeping up on me and I was full of good intentions..................

Another lesson I have learned of late, I don't seem to multi task so easily as I get older - has this happened to you too?
i just seem to get a bit exciteable and flustered if I have too many balls in the air - Old Lady Syndrome out to get me!!

Anyway, back to sewing. I know one or two of you were interested in my Patchwork Puppy, started months ago and tinkered with right up to this week when I was able to call it a finish! I have made it for my Grand daughter Macie who will be one on Monday, such a quick year.

I've been quite busy on some Christmas gifts too recently but none absolutely finished, hopefully I'll be ready to share next month.

I borrowed a Krista Moser ruler from a generous friend and played about with diamonds, think this ruler can go on the Christmas wishlist. This is a wee table topper I made from scraps -

And I seemed to get into quite the Halloween frame of mind - a quickly made (and finished) table runner.

And these little tykes are really what keeps me quite busy!

                             Linking up with MA's October Furtle around the Blogosphere

Archie The Wonder Dog


  1. Your little tykes are perfectly adorable--that little skeleton is the. cutest. ever! Your quilty makes are high on the cute scale too--I can see the puppy being snuggled to death! xx

  2. What a sweet patchwork pooch - I'm sure it will be well loved. I like your Christmas table topper too, and well done on making a start on Christmas presents too - look forward to seeing what you've been up to.

  3. Such lovely projects! You've done well.

  4. How is Macie one already? Never!!!!! The patchwork dog is gorgeous, I bet he's going everywhere with her! I love the Christmas topper and the Hallowe'en makes, but my favourites are definitely the bairns! Thanks for furtling and spreading the word!



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