Yesterday, we did some more roaming around Roma - there are some lovely old buildings.
Then, I couldn't resist, I just had to go visit the Ace Drapery again... oh my goodness, the treasures of quilting fabric inside plus nearly every other crafty thing that you could possibly need.
I really loved these two fabbies but I did resist temptation - not sure how, but I did!
Then it was off to dinner at the Irish pub in town, where I had the most succulent lamb shanks.
After dinner, I gave my DDIL her first cross stitch lesson.
She started to pick it up but not as quickly as the knitting! However, after a while, we all decided to watch a movie on Netflix - Chef - a sweet, easy watch.
So, she switched back to her knitting and is now a third of the way through the scarf! I think that, for the moment, she is liking knitting more than cross stitch but that may change with some more cross stitch practice.
Today, I accompanied my DDIL to one of her piano student's homes (on a farm, with chickens, ducks and peacocks).
Where, of course, I found the most adorable cats yet, on my trip - three rag doll cats. Oh, so beautiful!
... and one of them was a Mama Cat, she had four absolutely gorgeous kittens a few week's back.
Then, it was on to Start #3. This is another PS design, The train from PS Book #69, Prairie Village I. This will be a baby gift for the upcoming family friend's son's baby for whom I made the baby blanket and softies - you can read about them in this post.
Anyway, that's me signing off from Roma in Outback Queensland.