Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Sewing and other

I bought some nice and firm material when we were holidaying in Nambia. The plan was to make table mats out of it. The cutting out is done and I need to get some matching material for the lining of the mats next time I am near Spotlight. I had the perfect bit of left over to make another bag, what else! This time I omitted the lining but made something similar to flat felled seams. The bag is washable and will be very handy when we go to the Saturday Foodies Markets in Ramsgate.  

 We often eat out on our back deck and when the table is not in use I have this lovely plant with paddle shaped leaves on it. The pot is me-made long time ago. The rocks are from opal mines up near Opalton, between Longreach and Winton.   
The latest addition to the living room is from my very handy 
hubby. He made a lamp out of a disused trypod.

1 comment:

  1. very nice and that is an unusual lamp. I like the pots on the chest next to it too