Thursday, May 26, 2011

What you missed.

In all fairness and accuracy,
that should be "What I didn't share with you"

Little Boozle 2011
(Kina cardigan and vintage sheet skirt)

I have been knitting and sewing as usual
but haven't gotten around to blogging the results.
Pretty much due to apathy on my part.

Little Boozle 2011
(Farbenmix Amelie)

Little Boozle 2011
(Farbenmix Leni)

Today, as I am packing for an 8 hour road trip,
which will be with good company, some knitting,
and hopefully lots of coffee and op shops,
ending up at a sewing/craft weekend with some lovely ladies,
I thought I'd do what they do on telly.

Provide filler.

Little Boozle 2011
(Farbenmix Quiara)

Little Boozle 2011
(Japanese dress)

I don't feel too bad as I am not recapping.

You know, how you come back from an ad break and spend the next 5 minutes going over
what you watched in the last 5 minutes of the show.
I am merely showing you things that I prepared earlier.

...Think of it as the good parts of Masterchef
without than all the padding and crap...

Little Boozle 2011

Little Boozle 2011
(Pink Fig Girly skirts)

Little Boozle 2011
(Flirting the Issue skirt- Anna Maria Horner)

You know, I don't want this to be the end of my sewing journey.
I don't feel that it's my time to stop blogging now.
I think it is my chance to show what I can really do with a needle and thread
and a kilogram of truffles and lard.

Oops. Sorry. Got carried away channelling my inner- reality TV show contestant.

Hopefully when I return,
I will be refreshed in mind and in spirit
(though not body- there will be lack of sleep and an excess of coffee, chocolate and wine)

Little Boozle 2011

Little Boozle 2011
(Amy Butler Barcelona skirts)

Hopefully I will be keen to blog and write and
able to keep up with life again.

Little Boozle 2011
(Lady Kina cardigan)

Little Boozle 2011
(Milo vest- Georgie Hallam)

Little Boozle 2011
(Ripple beret- Wendy Bernard)

In short, I'll be back to annoy you soon.
Have a great weekend.

8 comments:

JulieT said...

Wow!! you have been industrious great stuff there Tas! Have fun on the retreat How I wish could go Maybe next year!

m.e (Cathie) said...

you're funny Tas! thanks for the giggle...bit too much Masterchef maybe ;)
loving your creations! those skirts are amazing Tas.

ok, back to it..clocks ticking ♥

B............... said...

Those skirts are amazing and I've just fallen in love with the bird fabric, I'm visulizing cushions for my sofa from that!

B xxx

Posie Patchwork said...

Oh wow, sewing & truffles, yes please. Loving all the amazing creations you're coming up with, great work. A sewing retreat sounds like so much fun, yahoo for like minded sewing stars. Love Posie

Tanya said...

I am so glad your time in the house hasn't come to an end just yet...

Tracy aka Mad Quilter said...

Have a great trip :) And eat something yummy for me.

Ummy said...

You're definitely going to need more daughters if you keep up this amount of fabulous sewing!

Lola Nova said...

Good heavens, look at all that amazing making you have done. I am in awe and if it were up to me you would be the winner of Top Runway Master Model Chef!