I arrived back from my holiday today so this is just going to be a short post. Debby and I were so busy before I went away, and didn`t have time to update the blog. In the meantime, I have been away for a fortnight, and Debby has been holding the fort, and sounded rather tired when I spoke to her this afternoon!
I can`t tell you much about what has been going on in Dotty Dolly`s world for the last two weeks, and I won`t know until I go in tomorrow, but I am assuming things have been going along like a well oiled machine! So while Debby has been busy, I have been sunning myself in the lovely island of Kefalonia. We arrived to a heatwave, it was very hot, and then had one day of rain - that wasn`t supposed to happen. Finally the weather settled down, as did we. We developed a lovely routine of basically lying round the pool on a sunbed, lunch, lying on a sunbed again, and then John my husband would go off late afternoon for some snorkling while I would go back to our appartment for another lie down to get out of the heat. The day would finish with drinks on our balcony, before going out for a meal, and back to the bar for drinks with all the lovely people we met - bliss! I took some sewing with me, but didn`t take if out of the bag. I read lots of books and generally we just chilled out. We were very lazy, and hardly saw any of the island, although one day we went to Ithika a small island nearby and where Madonna has a villa, lucky her. Anyway enough about that!
I think we have said that we are going to Malvern at the end of October, so our next task is to start to get ready for that. We are hoping to launch some kits which we have been working on, we just have to get our act together. I have a feeling I might need a kick start.
Just before I went away we recieved a delivery of some lovely Michael Miller fabrics, no photographs I`m afraid, but they are very bright and contemporary, but with a slight retro feel to them, if that makes sense!
The weekend before I went we went to a lovely exhibition at Come 2 Quilt. If you want to know more about it look on Stitcherydo, Shirley has written about it with lots of lovely photographs. It was a really lovely exhibition, and we were made to feel very welcome. We met lots of our lovely friends and customers there, and quite a few new people as well.