Saturday stitching

Stitch Sisters had their Christmas breakup on Saturday. We met at Suzie’s home, greeted at the door with her latest beautiful Christmas quilt

20141214-132051.jpgand another in the family room

20141214-132128.jpgas well as a tree and the beginnings of a Christmas village.

20141214-132742.jpgThe dining room was all decked out too.

20141214-132219.jpgIt was a hot December day, and we enjoyed pre-lunch drinks on the deck before all the food was unveiled.

20141214-132912.jpgAfter devouring some of that lot of deliciousness, the canny among us had left room to partake of the scrumptious desserts

20141214-133110.jpgTotally sated, we rolled into the family room, and for those that could move, a little stitching was undertaken

20141214-133157.jpgToo quickly the afternoon vanished amid laughter, present exchanges and diary dates for next year (eek!). I, for one, ate not a thing last night!

Meredithe x

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9 Responses to Saturday stitching

  1. Helen F says:

    Oh M – I didn’t have any dinner either!!!! – Great day shared with “GREAT” friends!!!!

  2. Glendacust says:

    It all looks very festive !!!

  3. Irene Blanck says:

    Looks like a wonderful get together… And such yummy food. You have the best friends!!!

  4. lyn lindsay says:

    Love the star quilt looks great and oh my all that very yummy food, I’m shocked that you could do any work, looks like it was a lovely get together, thanks meredithe for your blog entries always a lovely view, have a great Christmas and well I’ll see you in 2015, Lyn

  5. rachaeldaisy says:

    That first quilt is such a wonderful Christmassy welcome, and a festive feast that looks delicious. The elf stocking is so cute.

  6. Cécile says:

    Ohhh what a yummy meal but…….enormous !!
    Lovely decorations and a good Saturday with your friends !!

  7. treadlemusic says:

    After all that (and with the warm temps) I would have found a quiet cool corner and called it a day!!!. That first quilt got my attention for sure! So perfect for the season (and weather here {although it’s 52F here right now!!!!!!} more than your neck of the woods!). Thanks for the yummy peek into “your world”……Hugs………………….

  8. robin harper says:

    Looks lovely, have a great Christmas

  9. Elizabeth says:

    Love your blog – is there a pattern for the Christmas quilt in the family room or did Suzie just make it up – I have 5 orphan blocks which would just do nicely in a quilt like that. I am one of the lurkers – have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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