Despite the germ invasion we have been having a good Christmas. I had everything organised enough for once that I was able to double duty nurse and chef duties. The meals turned our great (if I say so myself). Toasts were made, maybe some champagne drank. Presents were given and received, and there was a general feeling of good will to all. Just greatly diminished appetites and humongous amounts of time spent in bed by some, and copious amounts of medicine consumed.
I thought I would drop in today and show you the fabric (and related) goodness I received as gifts. I was ever so lucky in the gift department. I shall skip showing you photos of chocolates, etc. Suffice to say they too were gratefully received.
|My Brit Bee Secret Santa gift was a gorgeous infinity scarf in lush coloured voile.
And a fabulous button FQ, and some needle threaders.
Thank you, Secret Santa!
|Lots of handy dandy bits and pieces that are very useful.
I have wanted a 12.5" square ruler for just about ever.
And I am now addicted to spray basting thanks to this lovely lady.
More perle - because you can never have enough.
And some Heaven and Helsinki which I love and have wanted for ages.
A low volume quilt is on the cards for 2013.
Any and all links to the best ideas gratefully welcome.
|Someone who knows me well cut me a whole assortment of 2.5" squares.
I want to do a postage stamp quilt too.
Not a scrap vomit one - these are way too pretty to even be considered for that!
|And some Cuzco by Kate Spain.
I. Want. More.
This line is so very, very gorgeous in person.