Fleamarket in France - they call it vide-grenier (empty attic)
I couldn't go past those ties. -
actually DH discovered them - I go to such events
telling to myself: "I hope I won't buy anything"
(a saying which I adopted from old patchwork friend Ulla -
no more among us)
Table and garden chairs in the trailor - 811m altitude
Colours were just asorted wonderfully
light blue and one with black stripes for accent
but had to ask Deanna of http://eclectic-meanderings.blogspot.fr/ for the pattern
I made a bag of ties before but didn't store the pattern
And dear Deanna sent it to me instantly after asking her
The advantage of internet!
She made bags with three ties. I wanted a bit a bigger one
and tried it with four ties.
After pinning and tacking and undoing and again pinning
that is what came out
It is rather solid and sturdy for I used the ties as they were.
We are slowly moving our things from Haute-Saône to the
Vosges into our farmhouse - we want to give up the
"house of renovation" - We feel that it is to far to go to
It is about the fourth loading - we are driving 1 hour
from house to house.
So beautiful! We will spend soon some time here with our children
Same procedure as every year!