The other day a visitor was asking me about my quilting, and I showed him my profile in Australian Homespun magazine. He said "Wow that's a nice photo, is it airbrushed?" "No" I laughed "it was just taken by my husband in the backyard." I didn't tell him it had taken three hours to blow-dry and straighten my hair, paint my toenails and shave my legs (not sure why I did all that for a head shot! - maybe it just made me feel more glamorous). I'm starting to feel big and uncomfortable now. I'm looking forward to getting dressed up for my sister's wedding on the weekend.
Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that fortunately Australian Homespun IS available overseas (sorry for any confusion in my magazine post). It's such a fresh and funky magazine. Let me know if you can't find it, and I can point you in the right direction!
My "Blowing in the Wind" quilts are currently hanging at Hettie's Patch - if you're in the area. I think they have most of the prints available too. I recently enjoyed a visit to Sprout Design as well. They have a fantastic little shop where I just drooled over all of their fabric. I must visit again, minus the two year old. Do any of you go to fabric shops with little children? I find it a little trying to say the least! Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou to those shops that have toys for little ones to play with :) Sometimes they don't want to leave they're having such a great time.