Last week saw us attending the March Out of our son Nicholas, with the Australian Army. He has completed his basic training and is now in the process of learning his new trade of Australian Soldier. We were so excited to see him and our time with him went far too quickly.
Here he is with his brother. Of course we are very proud of both our boys and I can see a proudness in Nic by the way he carries himself now. Amazing how they can grow up so completely in such a short time.
His quilt was completed a couple of weeks before and I couldn't wait to give it to him. It is now with him to keep him warm and remind him of home.
Chris and Amy arrived home from their honeymoon a couple of weeks before the March Out and here they are at the airport with Lucy (their baby). Amy's sister Kate made a sign and brought her to the airport. I don't think I have ever seen Amy so excited as when she realised Lucy was there. 5 weeks is a long time away from the people/dogs we love.
Remember this quilt? I finally got around to having it quilted and got it back yesterday. Rose did a wonderful job with the quilting and now I have to make another binding.
I have also been doing a little machine piecing and this is the start of another quilt, Washington Sidewalks. This was a pattern from Patchwork on Stonleigh's fabric club.
These are the latest Irish Circles blocks.