That’s how I was feeling when I arrived at Gail’s this morning for the English Quilt group’s monthly get-together.
With deadlines looming for a few other projects like the craft stall for St Luke’s Care my hand-pieced version of Joseph’s Coat (aka Jill’s Quilt by our little group) hasn’t been out of its box since our May get-together at Jill’s place, and I was convinced the others would have theirs almost finished by now.
It turns out I wasn’t the only one temporarily diverted.
And Anne is meticulously embroidering a cashmere blanket for her new little granddaughter, due to arrive in the next month.
Our “quiet achiever”, Rae, hasn’t been idle either, and next time I’ll show you what she’s been up to.
Added later – For enquiring minds, Anne’s teddies are from a Windflower Embroidery pattern which she bought a few years ago from the Crewel Gobelin at Killara in Sydney (Australia). The bears are made from velour and you simply have to touch them