Friday stitching

On Friday we decided to mix things up a little, and Helen, Karen and I went to the movies to see “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society” before coming back to Karen’s for a spot of stitching.  Enjoyed the movie very much even though it was very different from the book.

Karen had some “healthy” muffins for us for afternoon teaand asked if we’d like to have our cup of tea out of these gorgeous tea cupsI declined as I think I’d be like Elizabeth from “Keeping Up Appearances” and would hate to break one of them!

Karen showed us this gorgeous crocheted blanket she’s working onand she’s making great strides with her blocksHelen found this block that she madeand, in cleaning out my wool store I found 15 finished crocheted granny squares and the start of number 16, so finished thatand Maree joined us, showing us the blocks she’s working on too.  Love that green floral!Meredithe x

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5 Responses to Friday stitching

  1. I bet tea tastes much sweeter in those cups. I’m looking forward to seeing this film too, but it’ll have to wait until we get home from our holiday.

  2. Cathy says:

    Those teacups are beautiful.

  3. Oh, tea always tastes better from cups! Especially such pretty ones…

  4. Kyle says:

    I love going to the movies with girlfriends. We won’t get to see that particular one until July

  5. frayedattheedge says:

    I agree with you – I would be worried that I broke one of those gorgeous cups!

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