The surgeon lied! I had my wisdom tooth out on Monday (three hours later than planned) and then it wasn’t until Saturday that I started to feel “normal” again. I haven’t had a recovery like this, ever! And that includes my c-section. It seriously put me on my butt. Thank goodness for Beth (the Community Happiness Officer) keeping things ticking along during the week so I could have time on the couch, just me, the tv and the ice cream. But, now the tooth is gone and I can look forward to a pain free existence again! Yay!
Wish I had more to tell you, but unless you want to know about the first episode of Survivor: Game Changers or how long it takes for a bowl of vanilla ice cream to melt I’ve really got nothing. I do however know two things: 1. Farmer’s Wife 1930’s Sampler Quilt Sew-along is finishing up on March 21st and B. Long Time Gone Sew-along kicks off on March 15. Two pretty big events both at different stages and both equally exciting for completely different reasons.
I did a little bit of sewing last week (it was a danger filled adventure and I’m lucky to still have my fingers!) to get the next mini quilt pattern for Quarter Inch of Quirk which will be released on March 15. I’m a little bit excited about this mini because it’s the first time I’ve designed something that’s needed to be a foundation paper pieced pattern. (Lucky I had Kristy to help me out!) I hope you dig it as much as I do.
Today’s a public holiday here in Canberra and so I’m going to be spending today with the boys and just pottering around before getting back into the office tomorrow. I hope you have a most fabulous day and a super week!
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I’m obsessed with pincushions at the moment and I’m loving this colour wheel pincushion on We All Sew. Get all the details by clicking here.
I love these free snack inspired care package printables by Skip to My Lou – perfect for inclusion in swap packages. Get all the details by clicking here.
Allison at Cluck Cluck Sew has a great blog post on making sure you’re looking after your body while sewing. Something I need to get better at if I want to keep sewing! Get all the details by clicking here.
Looking for a quilt that delivers big impact, then check out this Checkered Garden tutorial by Film in the Fridge. Get all the details by clicking here.
Spring is just around the corner for some parts of the globe (not this one unfortunately) and Lisa at Spoonful of Sugar has a great tutorial for adding a touch of spring to your tea towels. Get all the details by clicking here.
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Leanne (of She Can Quilt), Beth (of Cooking Up Quilts) and Yvonne (of Quilting Jet Girl) have just announced that registration for the 2017 New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop is open! Registration will be open through February 28 or until they receive 100 participants. The goal of the 6th annual New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop is to provide advice, technical help, and introduce new quilters to the online community. You can find out more here at the registration announcement post!
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