Here we are – the first post into the second year of Sunday Sevens! Woohoo!
Last week’s post was the giveaway so I haven’t actually shown any of my photos for 2 weeks. So these photos are from the last 2 weeks and there’s more than 7 too! Enjoy 🙂
1. We had a trip to the Melting Pot and I enjoyed the cheese & chocolate courses far too much!
2. My mum heard my cry for curry and she sent me a packet mix.
3. Maisy seems to be addicted to sniffing my cups of tea – strange puppy!
4. I made my second pocket letter for a swap.
5. We took Maisy for a walk by the bay and she decided to have some fun on the sand!
6. I took a few hours to go through my fabric stash and patterns. I wrote down fabric requirements for each pattern and then matched some of my fabric to projects. I’m hoping that this will let me use most of the fabric I already have but then if I want to buy any fabric, I can look at my list to see what pattern it would be good for. 🙂
7. Speaking of new fabric -I found a couple of further sale bargains. A floral linen for $4 yd & a white/pink floral cotton voile for $3 yd.
8. I signed up for a fabric square swap through the pen pal site I use (IGGPPC) and have already started to receive some squares. We are hoping to do a quilt-a-long in October with the fabric we each receive. I’m also going to incorporate some older quilt blocks I received through a swap last year.
9. Today I’ve started my first pair of trousers! Eeeek!
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19 thoughts on “Sunday Sevens #53”
God bless your mum 🙂 Wow you’re going to have some very snazzy ‘pants’!
I can’t wait to make them! 😀
What a lot of lovely fabric. Big kisses to Maisy. I’ll be back with Sunday Seven’s this coming Sunday.
Thanks! Your Greek adventure looked lovely 🙂
What a silly puppy you have there! Some good eats, though; I keep trying recipes for chicken korma and haven’t been satisfied with any of them, but if I find a good one I’ll let you know. I’m sure the pants will turn out great!
That would be great – I would love to make a curry from scratch but I can’t find any curry paste or relevant spices on this side of the bay…though I’m sure that there’s an Eastern market around 2 hours away. Might have to have a trip there one day!
I’ve actually found a lot of Indian spices at our local natural or health food store and Amazon carries curry paste, so that’s an option, too. Good luck!
Love the pants fabric! Can’t wait to see them. And I also like your fabric vs pattern list, very organised! I’m currently trying to work my way through my own patterns and fabric too and not allowing myself to buy more… let’s see how long it lasts 😉
It’s a jazzy print isn’t it?! I feel like it’s really organised me to make more garments too now I know exactly what I have. I used to spend ages trying to work out what fabric to use with each pattern 🙂
Now that’s a great idea about the fabric and patterns – just what I should do with patterns and yarn!
I do think it’s got me more organised and motivated too! You should try it 🙂
Will do! 🙂
Love, that linen floral – what will you do with it? Your letter swap looks so intriguing! Such fancy pants. And oh sweet Maisy in the sand, does she know how famous she is?
Thanks – I think it will become a dress 🙂 I’ve got a couple of patterns that require linen so I’m looking forward to using it! I think Maisy is getting camera shy; she tries to hide in the house when we try to snap her!
Can’t beat a Schwartz mix! And Maisy – I hope you’ve told her that’s not a very ladylike way to lay on the beach! A friend of mines huge dog lays like that, it doesn’t look comfy but it must be! 😀
You really can’t – we are hoping for a tikka masala next 🙂 Maisy lays like that all the time – it must be comfy but it doesn’t look it at all
Good luck with the trousers!
My dogs (Chewie and Milo) love tea (black with a splash of milk just like me!)
Ha – I’ve not actually let her try any yet! I might let her have a little slurp soon 🙂
Us mums are good for things like that, aren’t we – are curries not easy to come by over there then? Maisy’s character is evident in all the photos you show us, she’s adorable. Lucky you with all that fabric to get through – good luck with your first trousers.