Finding ways to connect socially with family and friends has somewhat changed for most of us over the past 2 years. No longer do we need to get into our cars and drive to a venue - it is now a matter of opening up a screen and logging on which is what I and quite a few others did yesterday when Chooky held another Zoom session.
While chatting away I was having a play around with these fabrics.
I did finish off what I wanted to make but more on that later on as I have joined CalicoJoan for another fun blog hop to be held at the end of September. Those on the screen yesterday did have a sneak preview.
While zooming along yesterday I had an unexpected Facetime call so signed off from one screen and spent sometime with Miss M, her mummy and daddy. During that conversation Miss M mentioned that she thinks she will have forgotten how to give hugs as it has been such a long time since she has given one. She was also playing a game with some of her toys and taking them on a holiday. Hubs asked if she going to the country to which she replied " No grandpa you cannot leave your local government area". That conversation somewhat saddened me to think that this is how 7 year olds are now thinking. I was not aware of what a LGA was at seven let alone knowing that I could not travel out of it and only go 5 kms from home.
After lunch I logged back into the Zoom sewing session and was able to sit outside in the glorious sunshine and finished off the shaping on another beanie.
After many hours of chatting the battery on the Ipad needed recharging so I signed off and went back into the sewing room where I finished off another snap top pouch.
Thank you Chooky for organising yesterday and it is always lovely to catch up with everyone and be inspired by some lovely projects at the same time.
Back soon and in the meantime stay safe &