01 June 2016

Sewing up Backings

I hope to deliver Scrappy Churndash to Karen on Saturday and maybe Starlight will also be ready, so last night I sewed up the backings.  I love the big pink floral fabric.

 

I've been spending a few days at a friend's place and had some time for knitting and crocheting, as well as watching some dvd's.  The little crimson cardigan (8 ply) for ChaCha is finished


and the crochet pieces for a jacket are ready to be sewn up along with some knitted overalls that have been finished for a few weeks.  I love working with 12 ply - knits/crochets up very quickly.

On Sunday afternoon Elizabeth and I went to see "Xanadu" at the Hayes Theatre in Potts Point.  What a fabulous show - singing, choreography, costumes, everything was spot on and so entertaining.


The bedroom reno is looking wonderful - painting is as finished as it can be for now



until the floor is polished.  With a bit of luck that will happen on Friday afternoon (if not, then July because he's so busy) and then the skirting boards will be finished off and the wardrobe will be built.  Pretty exciting.

4 comments:

shez said...

Hi Lynda,love Cha Cha s sweet cardigan and sounds like you had a lovely time at Xanadu,your Reno will be so worth it Lynda ,keep warm my friend xx

marina said...

Beautiful backing Lynda, loving the cardigan too. Very sweet.
While scrolling down I just was looking at the pics without reading and just saw the Xanadu photo and then read 'bedroom Reno looking wonderful ....'
I thought that Xanadu pic was your bedroom Reno update lol
Everyone get their skates on for bed?
Need to concentrate when reading?

Bev C said...

Hello Lynda,

I do love the colour of the cardigan, just so pretty, you have some of the best dressed Grandies. Good luck with the reno's, hope the tradies turn up for you.

Happy days.
Bev.

Susan said...

Cute little cardy. Hope the floors get done, so exciting to be getting through the work......and the backings....and the knitting!

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