One hundred times I've sat down here at my little table and babbled on and uploaded photos and hit the 'publish' button. Hard to believe it's been quite that many. I am enjoying myself immensely and feel very lucky to be a part of this fabulous on-line community and being connected worldwide with like-minded people. So, again thank you, with a big "most-viewed post" Lalaloopsy smile. Yup, lots of kids on-line I'm guessing and not you dear peeps going back to this post over and over again?!!
Most people who come visiting at my blog are from Australia, England and the United States, but it's also very exciting to see people from Spain, Belgium, Argentina, South Africa and other corners of the world popping in ... hello!! My post about Teacup making brought the most comments. That was nice.
Since beginning my blog I've taken hundreds more photos and am really enjoying playing with my camera, and hopefully improving my skills, looking at ordinary things in a different way. Also by announcing that I would finish a WIP (work in progress) each month, I'm still on track because of your generous comments and encouragement. Okay, and a bit of "yikes-I-haven't-finished-my-month's-project-and-I-need-to-blog-about-it"!!!
Okay, enough rambling and back to the give-away. I have a stack of beautiful fat quarters of pale, dreamy cotton fabrics I would like to send someone. Perfect to make a lovely, soft quilt, or whatever takes your fancy.
There will be chocolate. Because we all need a little chocolate in our day! And there is a little - handmade by me - vintage doiley brooch. I used someone else's fine stitches in the linen and sewed it onto some lovely wool felt.
Please join in the fun. All you need to do is leave me a comment to go in the draw. To make this a bit interesting, tell me about your dream craft room/studio. Is it a beach hut, treehouse, a little shed in the backyard, is it under the eaves in the attic, in the cellar, in the bush?
I think my ideal place to create would be in a retro caravan parked in a far corner of a paddock, which you had to walk through a field of daffodils to get to. It would be filled with cushions and books, and maybe I wouldn't do too much creating in there, but I would certainly spend a lot of hours daydreaming.
Pop back on October 1 and I will pick a winner. Go on, join in the fun!!