Sunday, October 3, 2010


So far there has been little time for sewing this weekend. Yesterday I made lunch for a group of quilting ladies that are taking a weekend class, arranged by our guild. The theacher is non other than AnnaKa (no blog), one of Norways biggest quilt design names. She has come down all the way from Tromsoe to inspire and teach.

On our last guild meeting Quiltegaarden came all the way down from Thondheim (550 km!), and put up a fabulous shop for us. I bought this book, lovely quilts and receipes :) Yum!

I had to buy some fabric as well! There was so much to choose from, but these fabrics ended up going home with me. I forgot my camera that evening (happens a lot...), which is a shame as the show and tell was great. I will try to show you some photos later on.

New magazines has landed in my mailbox this week :)

And finally back to this weekend. Lappeliv (no blog) was called for on Friday night when many of the ladies realized they were missing some of the materials required for the class. Liv has the cutest little shop, so she turned up next day with lots of goodies. I couldn`t go home empty handed, could I? Nope!! So I bought a little iron which is very handy when I do my quilting the american way. And I just had to have the gorgeous white and red fabrics. Lovely!!

Sunday is here (weekends sure goes by fast, sigh...) and this is what I am going to do; bake a cake, groom my little Max, hopefully do some sewing, and tidy up after the quilting ladies.

Have fun sewing!

Siv Hege


  1. Hei og God morgen.
    Så superheldig jeg har vært;)
    Sender du meg en mail på denne adressen skal du få postadressen min:
    Gleder meg til å få pakke i posten.
    Du har veldig mye fint på bloggen din.
    Ha en fin søndag.
    Hilsen AnnM.

  2. Så det ble litt godsaker på deg også i helga. Jeg fikk jo også handla litt ute i bilen til Siw på fredag før de reiste :)

  3. Oooooh!!! So much goodies! Very beautiful fabrics you have bought, and that book looks very interesting. Always wonderful when craft magazines land in the mailbox.
    Happy sewing!