Fabric Paper Thread

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Blog Tags:sewing, crafting, handmade, beauty, creativity, faith
Country:Canada

Creativity in living. Looking at my world from different perspectives. Sewing, gardening, cooking, crafting.



Latest Blog Posts



Home Again

on Aug 14, 2019 in: Europe, travel

Well, hello there. It's been awhile. We were off gallivanting for 3 weeks and arrived home late on Monday night. We left Budapest at 3 pm and arrived in Victoria at 10:30 pm, however, there is a 9 hour time difference, so it felt much, much later. We...

Postcard from Prague

on Jul 27, 2019 in: Europe, travel

Prague is such a beautiful city, filled with amazing architecture at every corner. Spires of all sorts stretch to the heavens against a cloudless blue sky. View from the Charles Bridge towards another bridge not so far away.Such a pretty and int...

On summer mornings, the days stretch out luxuriously with hours of delightful possibilities. There are few things I really have to do and many things I'd like to do. By evening I find that the day has sped by and I have little to show for it. Instead...

"Water Lilies is an extension of my life. Without water the lilies cannot live, as I am without art." (Claude Monet)I recently went searching through photos for something (and I found it), but was enticed down a rabbit hole with photos from our trip...

Boats and Beaches

on Jul 8, 2019 in: family

Just a few years ago our children laughed gently at us for wanting to make plans more than a few hours in advance. "Be spontaneous," they said. So we tried. Fast forward a few years. Spontaneity is out the window, as once the grandchildren appea...

Summer Days at Home

on Jul 5, 2019 in: gardening

The first week of summer vacation is almost over. It's been lovely, beginning with dinner with friends one evening, a quiet Canada Day celebration with family, and days alone at home. So lovely. I like to stay busy, but this week I've deliberately sl...

Up Close with Nature

on Jul 3, 2019

Tim and I took a couple of days away on Solitude, our boat. We chugged down the Strait of Georgia to Cabbage and Tumbo Islands, two small pieces of land jutting out of the sea. Many rocky islets, essentially reefs, stretch along the shoreline of larg...