There are spy girls creeping around our house wearing advanced technology bracelets. Look down and you might find a tracking device has been planted on your sleeve, or your pants.
Also — The Quilt Project is now online. We went along last night to the showing at the (magical) Abbotsford Convent and it was quite moving. Kirsty’s amazing – and so was the quilt.
that is bloody hilarious and SO COOL. Tracking devices!!! Awesome!
I love the spy girls game!I wish I could have gone to see the quilt in person, but I’ve looked at all the photo’s online and it looks truly stunning, I think Kirsty’s amazing for coming up with the idea for this project and fueling and inspiring a whole bunch of talented people to create a fantastic quilt! it must have been magic to be there!
That is so cute :-)Hahah, spy girls,
I reckon I might have three of my own Spy Kids by day’s end tomorrow.And you’re right – the quilt looked stunning. Standing ovation for Kirsty for bringing a whole lot of crafty souls together!
What a fun game!The quilt is gorgeous, I love redwork.
Spy girls, wonderful! I only know boys and I’m afraid the art of silent spying completely eludes them. We’re more into loud search an destroy ahh (sigh)
Looks like your household has been assailed by the stick on mosaics too…Amy was given a set for her birthday and I find those little squares in the most unlikely places…
Too funny! I have spies that appear in my home as well.
Hee hee, I think the spys might want to work on the colour coding of the tracking devices, pink is cool but probably not too subtle. x
I love the spies & their tracking devices…so cool.It was moving wasn’t it? Thank YOU Claire.
I was taken a little by surprise at how moving the quilt was. It was lovely to meet you if only a quickie. Please thank Amelia for being so lovely to Poppy, she is still asking to visit the big girls again.