Oh my goodness, who threw in the grenade? Packing is almost complete, just the extended delivery stuff to do when the last bits are delivered to us next week. Time for a tidy up now I think… Anyway enough of that I’ve mentally moved on! Rehearsals start tomorrow for the little mans showcase at his acting school and I’m in the costume department all week, I did it last year too, it was such an honour to watch the kids grow in confidence and develop their skills through the week. Don’t think for one minute its on the lines of a school play, these are kids who are used to being on the stage and screen so the standard is through the roof before we begin; I can’t wait.
In the meantime do you want a sneaky peek at some of the projects that are in their final stages before going on TV next month, 29th June. They will all be winging their way to Hochanda in the next few days for photography; no prizes for noticing that we have jumped a couple of seasons! If you have any suggestions of new projects that you would like us to put together leave me a comment and we’ll do our best.
I wanted some sugar mice to dot around my show stand at exhibitions and this is what happend when I left Sue on the own for a bit. The nutcracker needs a face and then it is all done. These little beauties would be lovely at any time of the year.
Winter Feast by Michaela Smith, this would look great as a runner, or if you gave the stitcheries a quarter turn before piecing it would make a stunning wall hanging
Baptism of fire for our newest recruit Roberta, this is what she put together on her first day so I think its safe to say we can expect good things to come from her. Just a little embroidery to complete it.
I hope I’ve whet your appetite, I’ll show you more projects as they come off the machine. www.quiltingantics.co.uk