I'm sitting in the cold, my hands are freezing and I can hear Daughter No.4 babbling in her room next door. She hasn't had a sleep during the day for the last three days so I'm praying that she will today. She's a very full on kind of girl, so a break is always a welcome thing.
Sorry, I've just been to change a 'stinky' and now she is refusing to go to sleep. Looks like sleeps might be becoming a thing of the past. The other three slept until they were four or later. Mind you, she isn't like them at all!
This sweet daughter also made the lovely fridge art above. Please don't look at all the filthy finger prints on the fridge!! Quite creative this child, isn't she?
I've finally got sick of hunting through my apron bag for my cards. You know, the money cards. The plastic wallet I've had them in gave up months ago and I was getting desperate for a new one. Anyway, a thought occurred to me, to make one. I knew exactly which fabric I would be using too. Well, who could resist?
And a little bit of gingham never hurt anyone! Can you really have too much gingham in your life? Does anyone out there not like it? What a thought!!
So here it is, front, back and inside. Did you see my pretty little Spotlight card revealing itself? Cheeky little thing it is too.
And the next day, I started on a new little project. A needle case. I do love these fabrics. I quilted the second one, with the roses, as I was a bit upset about the excess fabric showing itself, which became apparent after binding the first one. Mind you, that gingham binding is so floppy, it's a nightmare to use. Might do away with that stuff altogether.
And the weekend wouldn't be complete without a crochet roll or two, would it? I had fun with the fruit ladies. It's so much more rewarding to sew with fabulous fabric, wouldn't you agree?