A special visit – part 4 the sewing day

On the last day before we took Anne back to Malcolm, a group of us met at our friend Kaye’s beautiful home for a stitching afternoon.  We each brought a little something to share for afternoon teaincluding Karen’s famous pavlova and chatted as we stitched, the noise level rising and falling as conversations went from general to intimate groups.

I know you’ll want to see what we were all working on…..

Kaye’s been working on her peacocks

and blocksJenny was stitching on a label for a quilt you’ll see in just a minute or soKaren was crochetingI was crocheting the bunny rug edgesHelen was stitching Drunkard’s Path blocksMiss F was appliqueingAnne was knitting socksAndrea was sewing blocks together and Maree was hand quilting.I’d asked the girls to bring some show and tell for Anne (and you!) and Maree brought along her “Message in a BottleHelen brought along lots….here’s a samplingand a sample of Kaye’s tooand Jenny finished her quilt……..yippee!!!!(it’s a Di Ford-Hall pattern from long ago – can’t remember the name).

I think Anne enjoyed her day!  And such a great way to end her visit.  Thanks my friend (and Malcolm) for coming all this way to see us and spend time with us.  It was fabulous!!

Meredithe x

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8 Responses to A special visit – part 4 the sewing day

  1. Mirjam says:

    Gorgeous show and tell!👍🏼🤗

  2. Julie-Anne says:

    The Di Ford-Hall quilt is called Poppies.

  3. What an amazing day! And, Oh – those peacocks!!

  4. What a treat for all of us!

  5. Carole Minihan says:

    Beautiful work, love the peacocks

  6. Chris in Canada says:

    I want to come for tea.

  7. I’m not sure what’s prettier, the food or the quilts! What fun.

  8. frayedattheedge says:

    A big thank you to all of you, for making my visit so special!!

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