So I know the chances are tiny, but if anyone has seen a large black tote bag sitting on Mackerel Beach or Palm Beach Wharf with a weekend's worth of clothes that need washing, Rob's beloved Blundstone boots , six treasured patchwork blocks and an expensive to replace library book, I would love it back. (Don't worry, I won't be holding my breath!)
For the record:
1. Old Windmill. The scraps were from a little tunic and bloomers I made for Madeleine's first Christmas. It was the first time I had sewed with an Oliver and S pattern. Unfortunately these were the last scraps, so I wont be able to make it again.
2. Kaye's Courtyard. I still haven't finished the Amy Butler Liverpool Tunic I am making for myself in this fabric. Plenty more scraps so definitely reproducible.
3. Doris's Dilemma. Again not reproducible. I used this fabric in some folders I made as a farewell gift for Madeleine's class when she left earlier this year.
4. Field of Dreams. I used this fabric in a shirt for Madeleine. It was the first Japanese Pattern I had used. I can still remember the brain strain as I traced that pattern off! I may be able to find a few more scraps if I dig around.
I know in the scheme of things it is a very small loss, but I am going to let myself be sad for an evening and then start again tomorrow.