A weekly blog series devised by Nat at Threads and Bobbins.
1. I started and completed my final make of half term – a fourth (yet not final) Bettine.
4. Obligatory dog photo. On aforementioned bonfire night, I was concerned that the dogs would become distressed at the noise, so I closed the curtains, increased the TV volume and cuddled up with Oliver. He barely batted an eyelid.
7. Bottled some homemade cherry brandy with the help of my mum and dad. It’s five years old and actually tastes really good. There was another half a bottle that I let my mum and dad take home, as a thank you for their assistance with decanting from the kilner jars.
On Saturday afternoon I managed a pretty quick sewing project in the form of a Colette Myrtle, that I will be blogging about very soon. On Sunday morning I also cut out a Cynthia Rowley dress that I am looking forward to starting to sew up.
Have you had chance to do much sewing this week? And have you started making or planning Christmas gifts yet? Whatever you’re up to, have a great week.