I am quilting away on this, my 'far far away' quilt, hope to get it all done before Sar gets home in mid July but I probably won't.
Tomorrow we are 'going away', that is flying off the island for a few days. I always feel a bit stressed out about leaving 'this' behind, she is already getting anxious. when I get the suitcases out she will really go to pieces.
I had really hoped we would get the museum exhibition, Farming in the Furneaux, finíshed before we left but still a bit more to do.....
I have been finding this a very soporific read. I love it though, fascinating and inspiring. I would like to have a go at collaging flowers on a black background.
We have been busy in the garden this afternoon. Pete is about to start building the second stone wall along the front. We want to have a good barrier against the kikuya grass which makes a good lawn but it hell to keep out of the garden beds. Once it gets amonst the plants it is impossible to eradicate.
I have been massacaring pelagoniums and weeding my weed vegie patch.
Another baby cardi but will have to change the buttons, one short...
Wonderful stone wall Pete has recently made.
My dodder basket I made.
Of course everybody has to come and 'help' me sandwich my quilt.....
I am in the throes of doing an exhibition for the Year of the Farmer at the local museum, taking the form of a history of farming in the Furneaux. I am finding it alot more time consuming and stressful than I thought I would, but it's almost finished now, thank goodness.