One proud mother here, on Friday our YD graduated with her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
|Congratulations Laura, here with her hubby.|
Both relieved that she's finished!
The MOML and I had a nice day off the farm and ED flew up to celebrate as well so it was great.
|And yummy dinner afterwards.|
On the crafting front, things have been a little quiet... I got my Chookyblue's SSCS gifts in the post...after a bit of an oopsie - I decided to do a last minute removal of a tiny bit of a pen mark but ended up with some colour bleeding - ouch - and of course trying to fix it made it worse! An extra day to remake my ornament and all was well and my gifts are now posted!
|Crocheted on our way down to YD's graduation. The afghan is slowly growing|
and gobbling up my scrap yarn well.
This time I swapped with Marsha (quilterinmotion). She was doubly organised, sending her's off before she made her annual migration from Canada to Florida for winter —
|It took me completely by surprise, arriving before I'd even thought of what I|
would do on mine! Looks like autumn in Canada to me!
Thank you very much Marsha :-)
|I added some french knots and a little extra Pohutakawa bloom.|
|Max's postcards when he left our place. All done by hand. |
He wanted to get his techniques right so he could make more at home
where he doesn't have access to a machine.
[The L and P is a NZ drink, and Gilbert is a sportsgear brand name :-)]
|The girls are about 4 months old now, at a happy chortling age.|
Have a lovely week, and happy creating,