Wednesday, 8 October 2008


I'm surprised by how chilly the days are getting, there is a nip in the air and the leaves are changing, heralding in one of my favourite seasons... Autumn of course. I feel a trip to Speke Hall coming on, to walk around the grounds (is it Orchard and Apple day soon?... must check!) watch the Aeroplanes take off and blow away the cobwebs. I can't wait to dig out my wooly scarves and hats and leather gloves, I adore leather gloves, I'm on the lookout for a green pair to add to the grey, red and brown ones... I might even have to get another handbag to match.....It'd be rude not to, wouldn't it...That'd be a brilliant mission for Steve the Roman who is off to the states again not so far into the future.... mmmm....!

I also think it is time to start another quilty project. Having just finished a quilted playmat for a colleague's Granddaughter (I didn't want to start anything before I'd finished that otherwise she'd have been 10 by the time I'd done it!) oh and here it is!

I'm going to start on one for me, in greens. I've been collecting for a while but I'm going to have fun looking for some more! I'm going to go for hexagons too, so please think of me whilst I'm cutting out all the papers!

I'm also looking forward to going to Glasgow next month for the country living fair with my lovely friend Jo who is going to have to put up with me for a weekend. I don't think her and her lovely husband Gareth know what they have let themselves in for! Any other bloggers going?

Well I'm off to get a cup of tea. See you soon!


Sandi McBride said...

Oh that is a lovely quilt. I'm getting into the fall feel, too...I took my hats and gloves and put them on the lower closet shelf, the easier to get to...I'm never sure which season I prefer till I'm mid season in any of them...and of course can't wait til the NEXT season, lol! So, Mary launching a pint of milk...I can see that...and your Dad ducking! Mine was plates...till Mac presented me with a large economy pack of paper ones...and then instructed me "now break these, Miss Priss!"
So glad to see you back let me go check on the Mater and see if she took your hint!

Anonymous said...

Very pretty little quilt Sarah. Well done.

Sandi McBride said...

Just stopped over to say it was good to see/hear from you!