But here I am now! Life is as hectic (just how I like it) and really non-stop as usual! Thought I better keep you updated with what's been going on. The Hexagon Quilt is about to be photographed for Issue 3 of Vignette:
And I am frantic with trying to complete the other projects in Issue 3 by my photoshoot deadline on Friday/Saturday of THIS WEEK!!! (Lots of late nights). Love to show you more photos but you will have to wait!
Rosie, Melly, and I have been so excited that lots of you have booked in to come and visit Vietnam with us. We will be doing some stitching here during our trip, yes, RIGHT here!!!!!:
I cannot tell you how excited I am that I am heading back to Vietnam and taking some of you out there along with me. This is a trip that I have done before and it's going to be wonderful to have lots of stitchers joining me and Melly and Rosie as we host this trip, along with Annette from Port Travel.
Vietnam is an incredible land of colour, fragrance, amazing landscapes, smiling faces and friendly welcomes, but best of all a land full of rich stitching history and intriguing textile stories that we will get to be a part of, and I can assure you, will be become a part of you:
We have so many great things on the itinerary (you can check this out by clicking on the button on the left hand side - Imagine....Vietnam 2011) that I am bursting at the seams to enjoy with you fellow stitchers. As you can see we will even get a chance to do some stitching (of all kinds!) with the local women (yes, this is me):
A few of you have emailed me asking if you can still book in while Annette from Port Travel is on a trip and the answer is yes. The only thing is if you wish to add on to the trip we are doing, Annette would ask that you send in your registration form asap, and then she will contact you on her return for your further personal arrangements.
I would LOVE to tell you what the projects I am doing on the retreat are (you KNOW how bad I am at keeping secrets) but Rosie and Melly have made me swear to keep my projects a surprise! (maybe I could let out a little photo or two of sneak peeks soon?).
Also, Rosie and I had the MOST AMAZING time in Tasmania with The Quilted Crow Girls (and got all inspired by their wonderful collection of fabrics). I want to show you all my photos from our two retreats there but I am so mean you will have to wait for Issue 3 of Vignette. I will give you a sneak peek though:
If you want to see the beautiful patterns and projects that The Quilted Crows have on offer you can catch up with them at AQC in Melbourne from April 14-17. Or, my choice would be to go and have a weekend in Tasi and visit them there!:
Leanne Beasley xxx