18.8.06

our cup runneth over


THIS WEEK WAS ABOUT...

Sewing, planning, finally seeing our porthole exhibition in the flesh (there is the great Maggie B looking by torchlight at this wierd and wonderful show at brunswick Arts Space), baking, doing maths, sewing, getting ready for the Rose Street Market again, working, sewing, pinning, sewing, stuffing, and very little sleeping. Hopefully next week will see us taking stock, taking vitamins and hopefully taking a wee break from the sewing machine.


Ramona worked with whirring needles all week and established her badge assisted path to world domination busting out a new range of fabulous springtime tote bags as well as a bunch of new 'Alphabet soup' ingredients.

I clearly couldn't decide if it was 'make or break' week - I finally finished my bunch of Morphe 2 letters above) but think I took the "killer slippers" book a little to literally, busting my big toe in a slipper assisted garden accident...

4 comments:

Shula said...

Painful business, the broken toe, no one would ever believe how much it hurts. I have heard of cupcakes being an old village-cure, you might want to try liberal doses of that.

Busy girls, you must be feeling very strung out.

How long does that exhibition go for? How exciting!

Ramona said...

Ah Shula - we always feel strung out, bite of more than we can chew, burn the candle at both ends, set the bar too high, dream the impossible dreams...gluttons for punshment and cupcakes.
PS parcel arrived, ceremonial opening tomorrow!

Florence said...

Ouch! That's no good for toe :(

The letters look great very bright and happy.

The portholes exhibition looks very fun. The lady in the photo has a log ladee look to her...

Beck said...

thanks for the commiseration on the toe frontage, and I very much like the idea of visiting the weird old lady at the end of the village with many cats and cupcakes as a home remedy... by the way another good way to take your mind of the pain is by getting exciting mystery packages in the mail! thanks Shula!