Saturday, 1 September 2012

First Day of Autumn!

The first of September is officially the first day of Autumn here in the UK!

In true Autumnal style we had better weather today than most of the previous 2 months! 

On this first day of a new month, I had my very own 'first'.  I went along to my local Patchworkers Guild with a friend! The guest speaker was non other than Sherry Nugent, Editor of Irish Quilting magazine, in which I've featured twice!  It was so lovely meeting Sherry in person and seeing the hard working and honest personality behind the magazine.

Looking back on August, I've had a productive month, just not much on any work related projects!  Perhaps this means I was subconsciously giving my hands & brain a wee holiday of their own afterall (either that or I was in complete denial all month)!

However I did teach 15 weekly classes & 4 all day workshops during July and August!

So here is my August roundup, linking up to Lily's Quilts Fresh Sewing Day.


13 comments:

  1. Great month. Can't wait to hear about the guild meeting. Love the last pic in your mosaic - lots of pockets? Did I miss this one?

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  2. Loving all the blues... What are those flower shaped blocks called? Love them!

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  3. i love those modern flower blocks!

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  4. Sherry is such a nice person. I have exchanged several emails and finally met her a few years ago at FoQ...so down to earth...I bet she was a great speaker.

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  5. What a lot you have done! The mini for BQS3 is just so cute. The vintage fabric quilts are yummy too. You have made so much a long with all the teaching. Di x

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  6. What a marvellous selection of loveliness, and with all that teaching in there too! goodness Jude you deserve a peaceful Sunday indeed!

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  7. So many lovelies. Every time I go to pick a favourite I change my mind. Although I do love the zippy pouch with those buttons.

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  8. Was a super-busy month - hats off!

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  9. I love all your blocks and projects and as I have been behind it is nice to see everything I have missed in the last bit too.

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  10. I don't think I dare post anything about what I made in August! Too pitiful!

    Well done Jude - you are just so organised and brilliant! Keep up the good work!

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