Early week Millrose – part 3

On our last day at Millrose there was a little stitching and a little shopping……….

More of Bev’s beautiful embroidery

20150716-173738.jpgand her sweet little bag and accoutrements

20150716-173828.jpgthe clear sleeve is such a good idea

20150716-173906.jpgGJ shopped for threads

and Helen took inspiration from one of Jan K’s presents

20150716-174022.jpgdeciding to make this quilt

20150716-174048.jpgand buying these fabrics in anticipation thereof

20150716-174128.jpgGranny was making more buds – so clever!

20150716-174208.jpgJeanette had added some carriages and characters to the train engine

20150716-174304.jpgand (Look Anna!!!) I did a little Aunts’ block stitching

20150716-174345.jpgAll too soon it was pack up time. Such a lovely few days, wonderfully talented and friendly women, excellent venue, fabulous food and lots of time to stitch………what more could one ask for?

Meredithe x

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9 Responses to Early week Millrose – part 3

  1. Susan says:

    Looks like you had all bases covered Meredithe! Love the applique especially!

  2. Carole Minihan says:

    Beautiful work as usual, so inspiring

  3. treadlemusic says:

    Bev’s stitching continues to amaze me!! Please, continue sharing her lovelies with us!!!! The “Wall Flowers” pattern is beyond anything I would even attempt……gorgeous! AND Granny’s little buds are scary real appearing!!!! Oh my!!!! I am totally mesmerized and can’t wait to see her progress!!!! Thoroughly loved this post!!!!!!!!

  4. Deb Burville says:

    Gosh! It really was the weekend that kept giving!

  5. What a wonderful and productive few days!

  6. Kyle says:

    What a blessing to be able to spend such quality time with such talented friends, you included.

  7. Helen F says:


  8. I love the little train! Lots of lovely embroidery, such beautiful fabrics, gorgeous threads. What a wonderful few days. I have a stitchery in the studio which says “my soul is fed by needle and thread” ……. so your soul must be well-fed at the moment!!

  9. Judy says:

    Love Helen’s choice of fabrics and look forward to seeing the progress on that one. You girls certainly enjoy a good challenge!

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