Woolly bits class | February

As I was cleaning up the pics on the camera yesterday I came across the photos for our Woolly Bits class at Millrose from the end of last month, so thought I’d better show you.

My day started with a new bird and I was soon stitching awayStill can’t show you what Lynne is up toKerry has made more butterfliesand Deb is getting ready for Christmas (eek! already??!)Lunchtime arrivedGJ has a new tin (so very GJ!)and her squares rapidly became this gorgeous bag “Sew Simple Squares” by broderie (pattern here), all hand stitched and done in no time. Jacinta fell in love with it and soon had one on the go tooGail was also in bag mode, putting the finishing touches to a Sew-Together Bag and Nat, who helps us with our purchases (!) is embroidering this beautiful giraffe for her new buband my bird?  He was finishedwith the help of afternoon teaIn 2016 Millrose put on an exhibition with proceeds going to the Red Cross.  I signed a square at that exhibition and Lizzie was busily hand quilting itand this year there’s a Liberty Exhibiton, so if you’re at a loose end this weekend get along to Millrose for what’s sure to be a great exhibition. Might see you there!

Meredithe x

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3 Responses to Woolly bits class | February

  1. Mirjam Hesseling says:

    It has become a cute little bird, Meredithe. And those lunches and tea times you always have. Delicious!🤗

  2. Someone planning for Christmas already? Now I feel _really_ underprepared….!

  3. frayedattheedge says:

    Oooooh – you know I love woolly bits! And of course the delicious food……….

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