have posted this weekend, but I am so sorry, it was just somewhat busier than I
without further ado the winner of my give away, tadaaaahhhh!
Linda! Can you email me your address so I can send you the fabrics? Hope you
will enjoy them.
those who did not win, I am sorry, better luck next time (there will be more
give-aways), I have entered countless give-aways myself and have never won …..
was a bit busier than planned, because on Sunday we decided to go to the
fundraising event for Animal in Need, the foundation that runs the shelter in La
Linea in Spain where we adopted Whopper from. It was also their 5-year
celebration and because of all this Peter Koekebakker, who founded and still
runs the shelter, came over from Spain to attend. So Whopper was reunited with
his rescuer (and of course, Whopper would not sit still for the pictures).
Recently CesarMillan, the famous dog whisperer, visited the shelter in La Linea, he trained
one of the dogs there and used it for an episode of his series on the National
Geographic Channel. It was broadcast over here in The Netherlands on April 12,
but will be repeated, which is great recognition and exposure for the shelter
and the wonderful work they do over there.
Cesar at the shelter in La Linea, Spain
news next time, when I will show you the finished top of my Jacob’s Ladder
quilt, hope to be able to make and outdoors picture of it later on in the week,
unfortunately the weather is letting me down today.
forget, this evening: the final of the Great British Sewing Bee!!If you did not see this, you missed a really
nice program.It is like the Great
British Bake Off, only with fabrics! Great contestants, great judges (aaah, the
impeccably dressed Patrick Grant), great stories.
I found out
through the Gehring Road blog that there actually is a link which will enable you
to watch all the episodes on YouTube: