Sunday, July 31, 2011

Busy Busy Busy...
We are having such a wonderful winter this year plenty of rain and green feed everywhere... even our summer season was full of rain so we have a LOT of feed everywhere and not much stock to eat it... but it is not the same everywhere in Australia... Chookyblue is having a terrible time and having to feed her cows along the road sides... feast or famine to live on the land.
I took this one foggy morning... the dog was barking at it as it was moving in the breeze...
I have been doing some knitting this past couple of weeks making ''snoods'' well sort of ''snoods''
my model was very well behaved... I used a ''yarn'' from Spotlight called Moda Vera "Hope'' it is very thick yarn and knits up so quickly... this one was for my SIL who lives in Victoria on a hop farm and it gets very very cold in her area... and I have knitted myself a long long scarf and sewn the two ends together... photo soon of that one.
these blocks I made for my friend Bea in France... Bea made me some aqua and red stars a couple of months back so we have done a swap... these blocks are 6 1/2in... if you have time pop over to Bea's blog as she is always busy sewing and her work is just gorgeous.
sneak peak.... hehehehe
and
I am busy making mug rugs for a friend who is selling them for "Mission for Life''... I think that is what it is called... photo's of those later as some need bindings done on them today...
and
I am working on another sneak peak show you some of that next week...
we are off to Perth tomorrow... our eldest daughter enters the Barr on Tuesday woohoo... so proud are we and I have promised I will be on my best behaviour no cheering hehehehe...
 Luv T xxx

7 comments:

  1. Nice to see all of your work, enjoy your trip to Perth, and if I were you, I would cheer xx

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  2. I want not to cross who made this giant spiderweb...:(
    Beautiful work, love the blocks you send me, than you so much Tarnyia. XO

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  3. You sure have been busy. I am sure your SIL will love her gift.
    What a beautiful photo of the web.
    Congratulations to your Daughter. I would also be in Perth to be with her.
    Sorry to miss you as we are passing through Magnet on our way home early Tuesday.

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  4. great post,whow that is the biggest spider web that i have ever seen,hate to see the spider.
    Congrats to your daughter

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  5. Congratulations to your daughter Tarnyia have a fantastic stay in Perth.I love looking at all your work boy I wish I had your energy and enthusiasm,I have caught the knitting bug bought some Panda Sashay at the show in Melbourne so I am making frilly scarves well! 2 so far... sooooo easy.Chat soon
    Hugs Val xxxxx

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  6. goodluck with the sale...........hope it goes fast.........yep just won't rain here............

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  7. I don't think i like the look of that first pic! LOL... The blocks are gorgeous

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