A few months ago I licensed my book, Kaleidoscope to Arena 2000 to be translated into Hungarian. I had almost forgotten all about it, but look at what I just received in the post - Yes, Kaleidoscope has become bi-lingual! How exciting is that?! I hope that this will allow a few more people in the world to enjoy my designs.
I haven't managed to play too much on my new baby yet, but have been getting in some little sessions to try and figure out how it all works - there are so many new features that I have no idea how to use - I am sure I will get there eventually. I spent a bit of today practicing my free hand quilting with all of that extra space and am hoping that maybe, one day, I will master it!One thing I have completed this week are three new little baby Phoebes. I have been wanting to make some baby Phoebes for a while so am glad that I finally decided to give them a go. To give you a bit of perspective on the size of them, here is one next to the original Mumma Phoebe.
I also made two simpler versions out of some stunning wool that I bought in Houston...I just love these two woolen hefalumps and I can see myself making a lot more of these in the very near future.They are so quick to put together and I just love the look of them, so cute in their simplicity and the wool just adds to the charm.Things are starting to wind down for the year now - School is finished, Kinder is finished and so are all of the concerts and end of year break up parties! I can feel quieter days ahead which is a nice feeling.
Well that is about it from me for now - can you believe I have done 3 posts this week? I have been a good girl, haven't I?! Maybe I am trying to get a few more in before I take a little bit of a break starting some time next week.
I hope you have all had a great week too and are ready for Christmas in only 7 sleeps! How did that creep up so quickly? Take care, Melly.