Friday stitching

At the last minute I organised for sewing to be at mine on Friday.  With a trip to the dentist in the morning I opted for soup for lunch in case I couldn’t eat, but all was good and I received a clean bill of health for my teeth!Karen brought me the beautiful sweet peas, and I had picked some roses and azaleas from our gardenand afternoon tea was simply cheese and biscuitsI’d cut out for another row of “Taking Liberties”and started stitching it upMaree showed us her tiny, tiny hexie blockHelen worked on her diamondsand Karen was finishing up the squaring up of her large hexie quiltMeredithe x

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7 Responses to Friday stitching

  1. blackeyedsewsan says:

    YIKES on those miniscule hexies!!! I allowed myself 1 piece of Liberty in London & bought the pink peacock feather fabric: different than all I owned. Am doing Sweet Tea & Beans (in my spare time!) Susan

  2. I love the eye candy on your blog. When I was growing up in Phoenix, Arizona, USA My grandmother grew sweet peas…I have not seen them grow since. They are beautiful.and have lovely memories

  3. Mirjam says:

    Good for you that your teeth are healthy. I love those sweet peas. We have to wait for them for next year. Now it is autumn here. But until yesterday it looked like summer. And even now it is still a good temperature for the end of october.🤗🤗

  4. Good to know the dentist gave you a clean bill of health, and then you get to spend the rest of the day surrounded by gorgeous prints and creativity!

  5. treadlemusic says:

    Oh my! Maree’s hexies are crazy small!!! Helen’s diamonds went straight to my heart. The flowers…well, let me just say, YOUR season is my fave! Enjoy the freshness of Spring!!

  6. Kyle says:

    A sweet day with Quilty friends.

  7. frayedattheedge says:

    Oh, I wish I could have been there! It’s freezing here!!

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