Wattle Blossoms on a recent Lunchtime Walk
I just love our Blue Australian Skies
The Murrumbidgee River here in Wagga Wagga NSW.
Slowly rising after a draining summer.
And not to forget Quilting News.
The Rail-fence quilt I started for my brother's upcoming wedding (in November) is totally finished. I'm extremely happy to tick it off the list and get back to my regular stitching. I used a French General Jellyroll for the top from the Ville Fleurie range. The backing is scrappy, also made from the same range. I decided as it's a special gift to have it professionally quilted - because that is definitely not my thing.
The progress on these birds (which I call Chooks, but think they kind of look like Dragons) has been slow, but progress none the less. I need to get it finished and onto prepping the final block which is centre for Expression of Morris.
And to finish I had to share a photo of this yummy platter we enjoyed on an outing last week
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