Easy as tweety pie

As promised…a tweety tutorial. This is a really satisfying project as its so quick. I used a wire wreath form that I bought for pennies on eBay. I then wrapped old tissue paper and ( forgive me) loo roll around it, squished it a bit and Sellotaped it secure. Then I got out my scraps.Continue reading “Easy as tweety pie”

Put your kisses down

Ever feel like you’ve taken a corner too fast, metaphorically, that you’re teetering on the brink? Hands up most working mothers. I’m sure non-working (non wage earning, lets face it, no one is non working) mothers would too but I can’t speak from first hand experience we had our bedtime business club tonight and IContinue reading “Put your kisses down”

Maggie May

Today I joined our local quilt group. Again. And I met a friend of my mother. Maggie Davies is a quilting celebrity now – look at her beautiful handiwork here and below. My mother and she started quilting together back in the 80’s and I have the quilt they worked on together. There’s something specialContinue reading “Maggie May”

Crash test dummy

I spend a good proportion of my maternal time reminding my dear offspring of Life’s dangers, including the importance of safety belts – without restraint you risk flying headlong into unexpected barriers. Simple Newtonian physics. I should know that. I have a physics degree. So why do I insist on thinking I can change theseContinue reading “Crash test dummy”