Monday, 8 February 2010

Snowing and Sewing

With only three more sleeps until I jet off to New Zealand via Singapore and Sydney I am currently looking out on a grey garden where the most enormous snowflakes are falling.  I think a day of sitting by the fire and stitching is in order.  I'll do some more work on my Norfolk wallhanging and finish preparing my sashiko panels for sewing on the plane (I hope).  I won't be able to keep up with all your lovely blogs as often as I'd like to while I'm travelling but I'll check in when I can and I'll be writing a holiday blog at Australasian Adventure, please join me.


  1. You must be so excited! If I don't get another chance to say it, here's wishing you a fantastic time and I hope they let you sew on the plane!!
    Teresa x

  2. It's a long journey, I know I have made it over 20 times the past nearly 40 years! have fun I know you will, safe journey "see" you when you get back!

  3. Thank you for your comment about my stitches. I am getter better. Hope to hear from you again soon.

  4. It is painful to let the hands move in winter.Stitching gets very difficult with severe winter.There is lovely creativity in your all the best.


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