Where has this year gone, I can't believe we are already half way through August. I swear the years are going faster and faster.
whether you are in your PJ's or not, please come and join in the celebration of lazy sewing weekends. Thank you so much for linking up each week. If you haven't linked before and you would like to link up grab the code for the button from the side bar on the right, and then link below with the Mr Linky widget. Terri thank you for linking last week, unfortunately your link didn't work, I don't have your blog or email address and unfortunately couldn't get in contact with you. Don't forget, pyjamas are optional.
A follow up from last weekends dramas. BP's car was found on Monday night. It is now at the insurance assessors and due to be mechanically tested tomorrow (I think) and then we have to go and check the car for any signs of damage that will need to be repaired. So far the only things that are still missing are cash from her wallet, two silver rings that were in her bag and the car and house key. I've had the locks changed on the house just in case. We are still waiting to hear what was found in her car, I presume her GPS and iPod were stolen, we should know the list of contents found in her car tomorrow. Meanwhile we have a hire vehicle organised by the insurance company.
This weekend has been a very lazy weekend, and lots of time was spent in my pyjamas, possibly too much time. I've been working on the French Roses quilt and I'm up to here.
I'm hoping for a finish in the next couple of days. That will mean two finishes this month, woo hoo.
Playing with this today and will show you in the next post what I am hoping to do with it.
There's been a little progress on the Mystery Quilt I've cut out most of the pieces for the block I need to finish to catch up.
BP has been playing around with the off cuts of the Plume quilt top and decided she would like to make a small quilt with them. I'm not holding my breath as I was all excited yesterday when she asked if she could sew them. I pulled out the Janome but then we realised that some of the blocks weren't the same size. I cut them down to size for her as she hates using the rotary cutter and when I came back she had lost interest.
Not a very exciting post this week, and not much to show for the weekends work even though I have been quite busy. As it's Sunday it's time to join in