Monday, February 24, 2014

Another month gone

Hi all,

So what have I been doing this month? I can't believe how quickly it has flown by! Looking back through my photos I realize that I have been busier than I thought ....I will try to get back into blogging more regularly, maybe that will help my bloggy mojo to kick in. I have felt a little flat about blogging for the last couple of months but anyway let's get on with the show shall we?!

I got to pattern test the awesome wallet pattern by Erin from Dog Under My Desk. I really loved making this and I would highly recommend the pattern when it is available!

My local patchwork shop Sew This and That have a monthly embroidery club that I have signed up for this year, I have "inherited" a lovely embroidery machine and want to learn how to operate her. This month we made 'Foot Flickers' to keep our feet organised....

And I had a little practice with a design from Urban Threads.

I also caught up with my blocks for the Ausmod Bee that I am in. There was some AMH feathers for November (yes November).

And some butterfly blocks for January.

What else... Oh and I made another book bag for school.

I think that is enough for now!

See you soon, Jess



Anonymous said...

Busy busy, thank a for sharing and I know what you mean, i need to get back to blogging too

Kirsty said...

Wow, you have been super busy! I love those feather blocks, yours looks great!

Sue SA said...

Love your feet bags and the butterfly blocks, super cute. The bag looks handy, but lots of zips!! Feathers are great, must be good to have a catch up.

Oops-Lah said...

Great "output" this month, although it's not quite over yet. I hope you'll not stop blogging as a lot of people seem to do and and instead use IG to share pictures.

Mara said...

I owe a bee member 2 feathers from November too, love the way you are keeping your sewing feet.

Newbie Jen said...

Way to go! Love those feather blocks.

Unknown said...

Those Butterfly blocks look like fun! they are definitely on my todo list! Busy busy. I was interested to see if you found that pattern testing easy or not. Good to know. thanks Jess