Monthly Archives: September 2010

Staycationing

We have just had a fantastic mini mini-break at the Four Seasons in Limassol, just one nights stay, but such a change!  The hotel is about half an hour from us and you can almost see my office from the beach in front of it, but it felt a world away from our army quarter….

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The Post Bag

It’s been a productive week so far, but don’t worry I’m sure it won’t last… I made this bag last night for one of my colleagues birthdays. It’s a design I call the Post Bag and I’ve been making them for friends for a couple of years. The applique on the front spells out the…

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Apollo Hylates

Good news for a Monday! The forecast for today is 29c, which is the first time in many months that our highs have been below 30c. So I thought I’d celebrate with some photos of an historic site close to our home . Apollo Hylates is about five minutes up the road from us, I…

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The week in photos

 Gatwick North Terminal / First day back / Woodstock pub quiz / Macy Dog / Breadmaking / Reclaiming the beaches / drying chilies Clare Mansell I’ve been blogging for 11 years and making creative content for my entire working life. I work with brands on rewarding and original content creation, both on my channels and…

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Maybe Baby quilt

So this is the second class sample quilt which I finished earlier this week. It is designed to be a more traditional example of patchwork quilting. The patterned fabric is another Japanese import made by Kokka and mixed in with some Kona cotton and Moda Bella squares. This is quilt number nine for me this…

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