Vacation that went by.

A glimpse from our vacation in France.
From a house we love so much in a lovely village, 
Les Baux, by the foot of Mont Ventoux.
This time the girls joined us and they understand,
why we love this place so much.

Frederikkes sleeping place - worthy of a princess.


Light in the living room.

Grapes - view from the kitchen.

Market purchase for me. Lovely craft.

Postcard writing.

Salad chevre chaud by my dear hubby

Early night.

I can't believe, that the vacation already is over.
I need more time.....



Blowing in the wind -
cheerful colors and prints.
The quilt top is done, so far so good.

I wish, you could see the fabrics IRL.

It's warm and sunny in Denmark, but I have spent 20 hours
by the sewing machine the past four days.

It has been worth it.
Now I have to choose batting and fabric for the back.



Coffee with my sweet Heart
all in 1½ hour after coming home from work

Soon dinner with good friends


Long time no see.....

 A scrappy-happy-pincushion project.
...not much to say about that.
(......but it's like therapy to me).
 I have bought tree fabric scrap packs here.
It's so fun to mix the tiny bits n bobs.

- and I bought a new crochet book too!
I can't wait to get a better look inside the book tonight.

I have a small pincushion giveaway on my Instagram profile
@metterobl - so drop by if you wanna join it.


Embroidery Workshop

Sometimes you need to spoil yourself -
I did, when I decided to go to one of Karen Marie's embroidery workshops.

I got started on cross stitch as a teenager. Then I did no cross stitch
for several years until getting interested in the inspiring Zakka world.
The possibility of free hand stitching has tempted me a lot.
I just needed to learn something about the different stitches.
That's why I went to this workshop - 7 hours in imbroidery heaven
with a group of talented crafters.

I still have so much to learn, but now I'm learning.
I hope to mix it with my passion for patchwork.

You must visit Stine's blog - she is knit designer and made
the most wonderful feathers on one of her knit projects.



It started with a pile of tiny  fabric scraps -
and suddenly it was a fabric patchwork puzzle.

I'm unable to throw away fabric scraps -
I love scrappy-happy projects.

I want to go through my fabric stash and do a spring clean,
but I'm not sure, that it will be an easy project....
I started my fabric collection, when I started to work back in 78.
I often wish, that I wasn't a person,
 who get too attached to things like fabric and yarn.
Many of my fabrics are held onto for sentimal reasons.

I have already given yarn to a local second hand shop
- it was great!

I want to know, that my treasured fabrics go to good new homes.
Maybe I should make some fabric bundles for sale


wip monday


Scrappy triangle, nine patch, linen and lace -
that's my kind of Monday off.


Working on a coffee cozy for french press.