with its bright, light interior and sheltered sunny back garden and deck, although not quite sheltered enough for us to eat out as the breeze was far too cool despite the Winter sunshine. So we enjoyed our delicious eats insideand a wonderful array of show and tell from GJ, including her latest knitting and crochet.The pretty moth was made at a class with guest tutor Kate Bruning at Little Woollie. GJ bought a couple of Kate’s books too for some more crochet adventuresand had started a shawl using this yarn (it’s finished now!)and GJ has been sewing some bags using the Frou Frou plastic.GJ scored this gorgeous Cath Kidston sewing basket at an op shopand she’s decided this fabulous rug will be next year’s crochet projectAmazing!
And while we were catching up on news, GJ crocheted a bobble edge onto her shawlHeather started on another block from Tula Pink’s “100 Modern Quilt Blocks” bookand I prepped some more petals for “Ruby May“Such a lovely day.