When we left the studio the evening before, we noticed the cactus about to flower
I was up early to go for a walk, and the sky was deep pink, but by the time I got out my camera it was already fading
But that was ok, as we were ensconced in the air-conditioned studio, stitching away to our hearts’ content!
Heather’s stars grew from
Carolyn is working on Judy Newman’s “Sugar Plum” quilt cutting lots
The previous evening, after finishing my Schoolhouse Tunic, I cut out for an Esme Top. It’s been a long time since I did any serious dressmaking…………Poor Maree! I think I must have been the worst student – she was concentrating on helping me so much she made not just one goof
Eventually Esme was finished (and Maree’s block was fixed!), except for the buttons down the front, and Heather had been busy using some of my scraps to cover her little work bag – the perfect match for it!
Meals again were scrumptious; lunch