Sunday, August 22, 2010

Hello hello hello!

I finished Gail Pans A Christmas Wish BOM from last year.

FINALLY and I am really pleased with it.

Despite winter coming to a close I finished this scarf to go with my brown top I wear a lot with jeans.

Like the wool for the scarf, I also picked this half cross stitch pattern at the Melbourne Stitches and Craft show. It is an easy and simple project. Not sure what I will do with her. i have two more of Anette Eriksson's kits to do.

I have already started a lap quilt for the Little Man. Using blue reproduction fabrics. Loving it already.

Life has been all consumed by the building of the new business. It is getting SO CLOSE to the launch. I will let you in on it real soon. Promise.


m.e (Cathie) said...

hey!! nice to here you are still around.
goodluck with all things home & business.
loving your apple there.

Deb said...

hello sweetiepie, so nice to hear from you. I love your wee cross stitch. If the others are little like that why not put them on canvas and hang them in your kitchen/dining area if they are all fruit or veg etc. Liking the look of your Christmas quilt, well done you.
How exciting about the progress of your business. Hope you and DH and the boys are well, big hug for my little man.

Roseanne said...

Look like you have been very busy with the quilt and the cross stitch apple.

Kris said...

Hello Sarah! So nice to hear from you! Glad all is well in your patch.

clare's craftroom said...

You've gotten quite a bit done Sarah , take care .

Simone de Klerk said...

Welcome back Sarah!!! So good to hear from you.
I love the border you made for you Christmas Wish BOM! Are you going to show us the whole quilt?
Your other projects are pretty too!

Kate said...

Have missed your blog posts Sarah, can't wait to find out more about your new adventure. Just don't make us wait to long!

Maree: said...

Lovely to hear from you..well done on your looks Gorgeous..

Angie said...

Loving your apple stitching.

My only problem is I feel like chocolate whenever I stop by [mental note: buy chocolate tomorrow]

Looking forward to seeing the new business....