Through the microscope


The world map quilt is finished, I’m almost finished with the bag and I have a new stereomicroscope.

I have so many wonderful things to do. 

I plan to make more bags, the first one has come out so well, I’m delighted. My lovely neighbour, who helps me out and keeps me sane,  wants a bag, so she shall have a bag. I’m also planning on making a quilt featuring narrow boats. Another friend of mine has a narrow boat. He took me and my family out for a pootle on it last week and it has inspired me. I plan on doing the water bargello style and putting a foundation pieced narrow boat in the water. Perhaps I’ll add some appliqué flowers in a traditional narrow boat painting style.

I absolutely have to play with my microscope soon too, so many wonderful toys to play with. So little time!

Fortunately the week after next is half term break. I get a week off. I can definitely fit some microscopy in then.



Comments on: "Planning…" (2)

  1. Enjoy your new microscope:) look forward to seeing some pictures


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