Not only did my beautiful pussy cat Max, break his tail (which I have to assure you is getting better day by day), my no. 1 Master Flowergarden 16 broke his kneecap!
(I must assure you also, that he is getting better day by day too)
I just HAD to go off to Sewjourn for a couple of nights away from it all . . .
and S E W !
Unfortunately I didn't get to do any of my spiderweb selvedge quilt, but I took it to put up on the design wall, and it has inspired me to get back to it. Thanks to the girls who gave me their edges. Contributions greatfully received.
I did start working on this - I think of few of the blocks are a bit 'wrong way round' - that design wall at Sewjourn is good. They are just sitting there so don't worry. Can you believe that I was in such a rush to get home to the injured, that I left both of these quilts in Lancefield!!! Thanks Karen for seeing them and Nikki for posting them home.
Then back to school, not really knowing what to do, so I cut a big bunch of flowers from my garden and got the Grade 5's to draw with pastels. This was one of my favourites. They did a fabulous job, and enjoyed the exercise. They were all so good, I put them all up in the Art Room and it has made a wonderful display. I felt a little like this fellow below by Tuesday 4pm. I don't think I'll do paper folding with Preps again!
On top of all this, it is now Report Writing time . . . so I have cut out a new table runner!