Monday, 03 August, 2020

Month: July 2011


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Patchwork n Play: Words or Pictures

When you are following a pattern, do you use the pictures…Or the written instructions? I am mainly a visual learner, so why I persisted in focusing so much on the written word this time, I am at a loss to say!Anyway…..The Read more…


Patchwork n Play: Embroider-Bee 2

I participated in my second round of the “Embroider-Bee” Swap over on Flick’r!I even took one of my blocks to finish and posted it from France!And all my blocks were waiting for me when I returned home from my holiday!Individually, here Read more…


A relative of mine, I’ll call her “Sue”, has a need to feel important.  I know we all have one in our families.  A person who has to shine, be loud, draw attention, drink too much, etc.  It took me Read more…


Patchwork n Play: Paris by Night!

Safely back on Aussie soil…Jet lagged and noticeably colder!The highlight of Paris for me was seeing it at night! The Pont Neuf That meant walking the streets until after 11pm… A touch of the Impressionists, don’t you think? and catching Read more…


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Patchwork n Play: Murs

For the last three days we have been staying outside the tiny village of Murs,  high above the Luberon Valley….at this pretty little bed and breakfast….where the only sound is the summer cicadas chirping!We spent a wonderful Bastille Day in Read more…


Patchwork n Play: Durance

I was pretty excited to find the lavender company “Durance” has a factory outlet just up the road from where we are staying…Well, 20 km up the road!Luckily I have a very accommodating husband, so we visited today!And not only did Read more…


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Patchwork n Play: Arles

Today we spent a lazy, hot, summer’s afternoon wandering around Arles!What a fabulous town! Colour everywhere…..This fabulous shop specialized in decorator fabric napkins, aprons, tablecloths and placemats!And all I bought was a recipe book!And this was the hospital where Vincent Van Read more…