Hello lovely people!

We’ve been back from our summer vacation in the Okanagan Valley for a few days now and things have eased back into the lazy, lovely summer-style schedule.  Perfect!

Le Lac

Time away in the valley means many, many dips in the lake and awesome sunsets.


Plenty of delicious samplings :: wine, artisan cheeses and breads.  Very yummy!

Quails Gate

And, fruit… oh, the fruit!!

Delish Dish

Also, we’re big fans of summer oatmeal.  Usually, we throw the refrigerated mush in the blender for a breakfast smoothie. However, topping your bowl of overnight oats with a bunch of delicious fruit to eat in the morning, mmm… so good!

Summer Oatmeal

So, what crafting have I been upto while we’ve been enduring this heat wave you ask.  I’ve got this shawlette going, but absolutely no motivation to play with wool (sticky fingers, eww!)  Instead…. my instagram friends would have seen this picture on my feed of a couple mug rugs I pieced together a while ago.

Stitching Fun

They’ve been finished off with a bit of hand stitching.

Stitching Fun 2

And they are perfect for a mid morning snack.

Old Fashioned Choc Chip

And some lovely company too 🙂  (The go to choc-chip cookie recipe I use is a winner, everytime!)

Snack Time

What else?  I’m trying to learn how to do English Paper Piecing and making these little hexagons is so addicting.

Hexie Flower

You can do all sorts of things with these little hexies.  Have a lovely summer weekend (or winter for my friends in the Southern Hemisphere!)

Flowa Powa

10 thoughts on “Summer Style

  1. AparnaMulgund

    Hello Preeti, I just love to see the wonderful things you make. I am so in love with the coasters. Great job. I have a few unfinished quilts to finish up, wish I was as quick as you are.


  2. Nicky

    You crafting Goddess you! 😀 Those coasters are pretty awesome!
    And your vacation pictures … makes me want to move to your neck of the woods! Just beautiful! I think my favourite is the field of green. Just divine … in every sense.


  3. Angela

    Sounds like your little vacation was wonderful. Those hexagons look lovely, a very nice job of piecing – miss you on Mondays.


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