Thursday, January 30, 2020

It's time to get back to work.

As I write this blog post they have forecasted 45 degrees for us today. Not a good day to go back to work. We just had 2 weeks off and some fantastic weather while travelling and at Tamworth, New South Wales where we were there for the Tamworth Country Music Festival. Besides getting caught in a dust storm last Thursday week we had a  good mix of weather including some rain, lots of sunshine, a few cloudy days all very nice to be out and about. So we didn't have to endure 40+ degree days until we got home. We got to see lots of musical acts, the sights around town, even venture out to Nundle and had a tour of their Wool Mill, the last mill to process wool from  the start (raw wool) to finish products, balls of wool to finished goods. I even visited a number of quilt shops in our travels, imagine that. Then we had a leisurely trip home.
Tamworth from the look out.

Peel Street 

Now I did take my hand sewing with me but not much got done as you can see.

So now it's back to work and there is lots of exciting stuff happening this year. There is Paradise in Bloom starting on the 16th February and I still have a couple of spot left if you are looking for something to challenge yourself with this year. You can find more details here.
There is a few new Block of the Months starting, more details to follow shortly. Lots of new workshops for you to try something new, different or expand your skills.
Do you have too many unfinished project? We have our Project Uninterrupted sessions(Sit and Sew sessions) three times a month for that uninterrupted sewing time.
 Do you need expert help on a new project or are you stuck part way through a project? We have increased our Patchwork 101 (Use to be our Basics class with a teacher in charge to help you as needed) sessions this year  to 3 times a month on Fridays and twice a month on Saturdays. This one suits all skill levels.  Current program can be found here.

Plus I am cooking up something special for February with Frosty. Stay tuned for more details on what we are up to in the next day or two.
Until Next Time
Keep Stitching

1 comment:

Marjorie said...

Good to hear you had a wonderful holiday. Looking forward to hearing all about it. Bring on 2020 with lots of sewing.