Eliott Stitchers

Apart from doctors visits, I hadn’t left the house in ten days! So a gentle journey out was well in order.

Being Tuesday, it was Eliott Stitchers day, and a very lovely day it turned out to be!

Fine food

20140709-105923.jpgand great show and tell; Heather has had a little buy up!


20140709-110124.jpgGJ has been having some sewing machine fun and has made not one, but two block keepers! Love this fabric

20140709-110234.jpgthere’s fancy stitching around the binding

20140709-110401.jpgand a pretty lining too

20140709-110431.jpgThe second is for GJ’s woolly bits, with this front

20140709-110526.jpgthis back

20140709-110556.jpgthis fabulous Kokka for the lining

20140709-110631.jpgand goes perfectly with her tools bag

Of course there was stitching too, in one form or another! GJ was knitting

20140709-110947.jpgHeather was preparing for more sequining

20140709-111115.jpgand I stitched some more squares on my TAW

20140709-111203.jpgThank you all So Much for your comments on “the orange”; it shall stay……..for the time being!

Heather also had a gorgeous tin

20140709-111341.jpga beautiful blue and toile to boot!

Needless to say, I had a very early night; tired but pleasantly so!!

Meredithe x

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12 Responses to Eliott Stitchers

  1. normsandie says:

    So glad to read that you’re up and about Meredithe. Such a reward to go to Eliott Stitchers for such wonderful fare, gorgeous stitcheries and show and tell fabrics to share with friends. Certainly a day which would have lifted your spirits. 🙂
    ps So glad the orange is staying

  2. Helen F says:

    Glad you were up and about! Don’t like the gray – a bit insipid! What is GJ knitting?? looks like something else!! – won’t comment on the birds!

  3. Helen F says:

    Sorry M – That sounded a bit harsh! I only meant’s I know all the beautiful bright colours in your “stash” and thought the gray was a bit boring!! x

  4. Sue forrest says:

    Do you have a pattern for block keepers, they like just what I need for my current project sue

  5. Robyn of Robyn's Nest says:

    Meredithe, I hope you’re feeling a bit better. Would you be able to find out for me what book/magazine the pear knitting pattern was in please?

  6. audrey says:

    I do hope you’re starting to feel better! Glad you were able to get out for a bit.:) I really do like the orange in your TATW. Hopefully you can find a fabric for another round that will tie it all together better for your ‘eye’!

  7. So much to delight the senses – food, fabric, tins, block keepers!! I think the orange looks less “in your face” now you have added more colours – perhaps you could use another fabric with just a tiny bit of orange in it to bring it all together?
    I had to laugh at Miss Helen’s comments!

  8. Cécile says:

    Finally, I love your block with the orange color…and, maybe it will be difficult to unstich now…. If you add an other orange fabric , the harmonious group of colours will be great !
    Hugs !!

  9. Jan says:

    Yay! Pleased you are up and about – maybe catch up next week?

  10. rachaeldaisy says:

    There is so many lovely things in this post. I love those fabrics especially the one with the little things with their names next to them. and that toile tin is wonderful!

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