Friday, 6 July 2007

Back to real life.

Hi,
Thought I had better give this blogging a try so here is my very first blog. Now I am back to real life you know, washing, ironing, cooking and work I am missing summer school already.
It was lovely to meet up with everyone and share the experience of textiles almost 24 hours a day also known as summer school. The tutorial has given me lots of ideas and my spiral has evolved although its not quite a hat- I'll post a pic when its finished!!
by kayakaye
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7 comments:

Stitch Loop said...

Well done Kaye. Lovely photo of your kayaks. Look forward to seeing your brooch..?..?..? when the washing, ironing, cooking becomes boring. Sian

Meg said...

Hi Kaye, I love the title of your blog. I'm trying to think of a good title for mine but everything I come up with sounds so cheesy!

Garnered Stitches said...

Welcome to the world of Blog! I 've been lucky to have a few moments this morning to work on mine - it's frightening how addictive they can be! I spent yesterday evening trawling the internet for cocktail hats and fascinators - have got quite a collection now. Knowing what I'm like there won't be a hat box big enough for the spiral!!!!!
Remember only 173 days til Christmas...Alison

Stephanie M said...

Hi Kaye. I was really thrilled to see kayaks on your blog. How come we've never managed to share paddling tales at Summer School (too focussed on stitch I suppose haha). I'm looking forward to seeing photos of your stitching too.

katinspace said...

Nice title! Lovely kayak pic too. We're a real little blogging community now. Don't know when I'll have time to sew anything.
Sorry if I'm being dim, but what's a "fascinator"?
Kathryn

JaneO said...

Hi Kaye, love the title. Forget the ironing, it will still be there tomorrow (and the next day and the next...)

English Rose said...

I second that Jane, definitely forget the ironing. If you fold them right, the weight of the stack will press them for you anyway!
It was great to meet you at summer school hon, and I am really looking forward to following your blog and seeing your work.