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Covid 19 diary week 15

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22 June 2020

The wierdest thing this week was having a nurse’s appointment and having to sit in the middle of a completely empty waiting room, in my mask, all on my own!

Birthday card in pastel

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22 June 2020

A quick sketch of my daughter’s garden to create a birthday card for her

Shoulder bag made from block hand-printed material

15 June 2020

I designed and made this shoulder bag from the sweet-pea material that I created recently; lovely to try out another design. Why not visit my Etsy page – sallypaintprint

Covid diary week 14

15 June 2020

Again, this week’s diary reflects the impact of Black Lives Matter and also hints at the slithering reality that may be a ‘no-deal’ Brexit

Covid 19 diary week 13

8 June 2020

This week’s diary reflects the impact of Black Lives Matter and also¬† illustrates a dance that may replace ‘the floss’ ?

Fabric cross over bag made from block hand printed material

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31 May 2020

I showed you the material that I printed last week and this is the bag and purse that I have made from it. I’m loving working with fabric

Covid 19 diary – week 12

31 May 2020

Uncertain times as lock-down is eased and people say they are ‘bored with Covid’ – let’s hope their boredom gives them a ring of protection. Meanwhile my isolation bubble has been quite lovely this week!

Covid 19 diary – week 11

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26 May 2020

Another mixed week and we are loving having the foxes in the garden – I think they’ve replaced the grandchildren who can’t come to play because of lock-down!

Block hand-printed sweet-pea design on washed linen

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26 May 2020

I love these colours together! This material is ready to be cut up and sewn into a bag.

Covid 19 diary – week 10

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19 May 2020

This week’s Covid 19 diary is more fun than glum – it’s all beginning to seem quite normal?!