With one eye and ear on the TV, trying not to watch David Attenborough’s Life of Plants programme, I have been laying out my latest quilt project with the japanese fabrics. No this is not the commission quilt yet, I need to get some more of a couple of the fabrics before I start to cut out.
It looks a bit scrappy here and the layout needs a bit of tweaking before I start sewing.
Yesterday was the quilting guild meeting in Launceston, 3 and a quarter hours driving from home, so my new car got a good run, 487 km by the time I got home last night. It was the Annual General Meeting so we have a new committee, and I am still the web manager.
Weather has warmed up a bit, but the wind continues, but then it is equinox time and strong wind is the norm for September and October in this part of the world.
This is a new fall of snow on the mountain on Friday, snow in September does not usually stay around for more than a day or so. We cannot see the mountain from where we live, and need to drive 30km to get a good view, and often miss out seeing it altogether, so it was nice to get such a good view of it.