Hi All - hope I am sounding a little brighter - I try to keep my tears and tanties (tantrums!) for DH, rest of Family and Close-Friends. Lot of beautiful thoughts pass through my mind and I design great quilts and projects - so much enjoyment I derive from you all in Blogland, even though I don't keep up my side of the bargain a lot of the time lately!
Julia and I have just been having a little chat about crochet and projects we are thinking about - I decided to show Julia Irish Crochet - the above set done by Mum perhaps back in the Eighties - she is now 91 - she started it while holidaying with me in Gove, Arnhem land, mine I did in ecru! This set still sits on her dressing table - we take it for granted, but I guess it does take a very special talent to start with hook and thread and come up with this!
Those at home were taken with the exchanged Olympis E-PI - of course in great daylight, so no flash needed. Oh, and I forgot to mention - the postie lady brought my EQ7 Version this morning - quite a buzz - haven't had time to play, shall tell you about it soon. Also, my little social outings since I last talked to you - great lunch with friends last Saturday - I love them dearly - then lovely night with Secret Quilters last Tuesday night - oh, I am a Lucky Girl, helps ease the pain, tears and tanties!