Must admit, I came home from the show on Friday night, jumped into the shower and into my pj’s, then rested with my weary feet up on the stool, cup of tea in hand and hit bed early!! I’d forgotten how tiring it is at the show, and how out of practice I am!! Enjoyable, but hard on the feet!!
So after a sleep in on Saturday morning, I took The Golfer off to the club for his game, then Miss Helen kindly collected me for a stitching day at Miss Kaye’s. Helen had her delightful granddaughter Little Miss J who is so very nearly 5, as she will tell you!!
There was lots of show and tell at Kaye’s as Kaye and Lynette had been to Quilt Encounter, a yearly event hosted by The Quilters’ Guild of SA. Kaye is a great one for trying things outside her comfort zone, like creating a landscape with fabric….
Miss Helen is using one of my templates in her latest creation….
Kaye is working on her Civil War Bride Quilt…
Kaye has recently renovated, and when Little Miss J visited the bathroom, she was agog at the size of Kaye’s roll top bath….
I love Kaye’s tin display in the bathroom….
Sunday, Jan and I drove up to Millrose for our monthly class. We’re getting near the end of the blocks, and though some are a little behind, they’re all looking good….
Oh, and I forgot to show you my purchases from my lovely day out with Glenda….