I have had a wonderful week this week. On Monday I delivered a load of handmade bits and pieces to a Open Drawer, a new craft gallery opening up in Camberwell in a couple of weeks. I also delivered the first finished batch of our Pubknitters squares blankets and a few other bits and pieces to our chosen charity – Impact for Women (womens refuge in East Bentleigh). Then on Tuesday I spent the day sorting crochet coral (and being constantly amazed by how clever some people are) for the forthcoming Melbourne Satellite Reef Project. In between times I’ve done a couple of days of paid work and put some time into my other knit/crochet projects including my Blue Days Throw Rug. Honestly, who has time to work, let alone do the housework and get some exercise in. There are just not enough hours in the day or days in the week. However, despite my great week, it has not quite made up for a rather dismal day last Saturday when my team drew in the AFL Grand Final – I was at the game and it was a very weird end to a really brutal match … now we all (players and supporters) have to go back and do it all again tomorrow for the replay. GO PIES!!! Below are a few of my “POD” machine felted brooch pins which will be available at Open Drawer when it opens in a couple of weeks (I’ll post details soon).