Back from the framer yesterday, and still in plastic. This one is another James Himsworth design, and took me just under six months to complete.
From my walks today.
After the rain. Such a beautiful place to walk.
Early morning walks in Adaminaby are my favourite morning activity
Our first stay since March. Naturally, I start my day with my favourite 10 km walk.
What do I do while staying at home?
Here is a selection of photographs of the fabric bookmarks I’ve been working on. A couple of the finished ones are offcuts from a bag I made and quilted. I’ve included a photograph of the bag as well.
But most of the bookmarks are pieced together from fabric scraps that I just happen to have in my stash. I’ve experimented with different shapes and different stitches and had a lot of fun working out colour combinations.
So this is how I will spend some time over the next few weeks.
I am back in Canberra now, until the end of next week. My walk this morning started earlier but was shorter because of our need to get back to Canberra mid morning.
But being earlier gave me more of the sunrise. And a horse.
My last full day in Adaminaby this trip. It’s lovely to see some green fields, some water in the dams and creeks. We’ve not ventured into the parts near the town burned by bushfire but we’ve seen burned patches.
The impact of the fires will be felt throughout this and other communities for years.
A mix of photographs today. St John’s Church, the Murrumbidgee River at Bolaro Station and the sky around 6.30am looking east from the Yaouk Road.
It was a beautiful morning for walking. The cloud has been building this afternoon: more rain would definitely be welcome. #ILOVEADAMINABY
Last time I was here, fires were burning close to the town. Since then, the rainfall has helped control the fires and has returned some green to the landscape. Visible even on an overcast morning.