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Pseudo Sewjourn ~ Part 3

Yesterday was grey, wet, cold and miserable – perfectly suitable for staying indoors and stitching! I made chicken and sweet corn soup for lunch (which I would have done at Sewjourn) and while I was waiting for it to bubble … Continue reading

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Pseudo Sewjourn ~ Part 2

Thank you for all your lovely comments about my Pseudo Sewjourn weekend and so pleased so many of you are going to do something similar – we need to keep our spirits up! Yesterday morning I did a couple of … Continue reading

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Pseudo Sewjourn ~ Part 1

What is especially galling about this lockdown is that it is normally our weekend away at Sewjourn; a much anticipated and much loved weekend spent relaxing, laughing and catching up with dear friends. It’s the first we will have missed … Continue reading

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Lockdown……again!

It’s been a pretty stressful week with Melbourne and one adjoining Shire going into lockdown again as COVID-19 numbers keep rising. I totally understand why it’s been done, it’s just frustrating…..for all! Thankfully the sun has been shining for the … Continue reading

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Around here

~ it’s been very cold here, Winter has well and truly set in, and with the depressing news of a spike in COVID cases in Melbourne, things haven’t been that cheery. So here’s my attempt at cheering up (you and … Continue reading

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Shopping

I’ve never really enjoyed going to big shopping centres and being in lockdown has meant I haven’t been allowed to go, yippee! Thank goodness for internet shopping though as the state of my winter pj’s leaves a lot to be … Continue reading

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Sewing

At the end of May I did start a new project (surprise, surprise!). I justify it by saying I’m testing a new set of templates (my story and I’m sticking to it!). Using the echinacea from Anna Maria Horner’s latest … Continue reading

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Monthly Makes | June

Yesterday I realised it was the end of the month……… Shock, horror – I hadn’t done anything about a Monthly Make! Agog and aghast I trawled the box of kits and small patterns looking for something quick and easy to … Continue reading

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Virtual class

I haven’t been a very good teacher at virtual class of late and even this week haven’t set the best of examples. When one of my students asked what I was doing she (I was going to say “galvanised me … Continue reading

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Morning walk

I took these photos at the end of May, but I figure it’s not too late to be sharing them with you. There seems to be (still) an inordinate amount of footpath, tree and road work happening in the neighbourhood. … Continue reading

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