*a packet of photographic fabric, as I have only one sheet left.
*refills for my chalk marker.
*a fusible bias tape maker.
* a plastic thimble.
* a quick swipe chalk stencil marker with bag of chalk.
*some tiny stainless scissors on a pull out retractable elastic & clip, so they don't get mislaid.
* a packet of Japanese texture magic. ( hadn't seen that before )
Then I spyed this on the counter and saw a name I knew.
So I got it to read the article about Dale.http://downunderdale.blogspot.com/ It came out in June but I hadn't seen it before.
We had lunch in Tirau and I soon after I started feeling not so comfortable. Possibly it is a coincidence and I have some sort of bug but whatever the cause I am still not feeling well 4 days later. ( most unusual for me ) I had 2 uncomfortable nights and got little sleep.
As always we ran out of time so sorry I didn't get to visit you Carole. As well as attending the double funeral (and after match function ) I did get to catch up with my sister and my elderly and only living Aunty. She is so with it, we love visiting her. Palmerston seemed very cold and the trip down across the Desert Road was stormy rain so the mountains weren't visible. It was a bit finer for the return journey, so got glimpses of Mt. Ruapehu.
It is so good to be home especially when I am not feeling 100%. If any of you have experience with the bias maker or fabric that shrinks with steam I'd love to hear .