Saturday, 25 June 2011

Sometimes you just have to stop

We are home safely from Ireland and had a lovely time.  I think Jack enjoyed it the most.  He chased cows, cats, mice and pheasant, ate cow food and drank their fresh milk.  Ian and I also had a great time.  How couldn't you with these views around you all day long?

View near Kanturk Co Cork

View from farm lane

Looking up the lane to the farm

The dairy farm

The lake at Kilarney

Mucross Abbey

Ladies View - ring of Kerry

MMJ at Ladies View.  It was windy!
I managed to tissue fit the two jackets and make a toile for the one I want to take to class next week.  Other than that, I read a great book (The Red Queen), made lots of cups of tea, visited Cork, Fermoy, Kilarney and Ian's family.  It was a lovely break and I'm already looking forward to going back in September.

MMJ's gone out the window.  I know I'm wearing and using something I have made every day, but have no real photographic evidence to back it up...

On the sewing front I'm making another shirt as the one pictured above, in pink and have the Speed Tailoring class on Monday and Tuesday next week and will do a review on it later.

That's it from me for today, enjoy your weekend and "c'mon Murray!"


Anonymous said...

I would love to visit Ireland some day, especially after seeing your great photos. Ladies View looks particularly stunning.

Debi said...

So beautiful! What great pictures and welcome back!

Karin said...

Very pretty scenery! Have fun in your speed tailoring class and do share any new tips!

Irene said...

Thank-you for the lovely trip via your pictures! Ireland is one place that I would love to visit. One day...

MushyWear said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos!