The girls have been avidly watching The Great British Sewing Bee with me. Their assertions that I need to apply to go on it seem to completely fail to take in that the show is about making clothes and I am not. Bless them for thinking I could. The other show we are hooked on is Paul Hollywood's Bread. Himself (not me) even bought the corresponding cook book. Well, you know which person in this house was the first to use it.
Yesterday Emily made flat breads. OMG! They were sooooo good. I wish you could smell them and taste them because I have an awesome little bread maker here. These were amazing on their own but would be so good filled with souvlaki and tzaziki, or instead of tortillas for fajitas. The girls had them in their lunch today wrapped round tuna and salad.
Meanwhile, Helen has used up my last hoop. I need to find a bulk supplier by the looks of things. But it's okay as she made this hoop for me. I am easily swayed like that. It is her own design, and I love that she put her initials on, and kisses.
Now I shall quietly try to slip in the information that I won another giveaway. I know! Sorry!! Well, actually not so sorry because the fabric is gorgeous and not the sort I would normally think about buying with my penchant for bright colours but in person it just wows me. I particularly like the acid lime in contrast to the neutrals and the amazing blue. I won this from Kati - From the Blue Chair. And the giveaway was sponsored by Caitlin at I Don't Do Dishes.
TheFQs of Textures came with a panel. Usually when I hear the word panel I kind of cringe because they are not my thing. Oh, but this one is. It is seriously cool. Ideas for quilts are going through my mind like wildfire, which is not good as there is already a bit of a backlog of ideas there anyway. Oh well, not complaining.
And that is me on this bright and sunny, and very, very windy day. Suppose I had best leave my sewing and the computer and contemplate getting the girls from school.