Cheryl from class very kindly gave me some of her “home grown” eggs – and not just 6 chicken eggs but 6 duck eggs too. So in the morning before going to Squealers I baked a gluten free sponge and…….success!Oh, and some other people brought along some tid-bits too!!
Miss S arrived with Baby Z and I was able to give her the ripple rug, and with it being a cool day, worked perfectly as Baby Z was handed around to all of us for cuddles – she’s such a good girl, not minding in the least being passed between arms! And Miss S loves the ripple rug!In the sewing stakes, Karen has been stitching up a “Farmer’s Wife” stormas well as working on her leavesI was working on border 6 of “Taking Liberties” Helen did a little candlewicking for a covered coat hangerMiss E’s bunny is stitched and stuffed and just needs a faceKaye’s “Peacock” borders are coming along very nicely, thank you!Maree is appliqueing little blocksAndrea is stitching little size tooand Helen had some show and tell. Many years ago she did a class with me and with some left over fabrics and some new purchases made up this quilt top.Karen’s husband, Mr J has been busy too; he’s made a kangaroo!complete with tail and clawsand while we were in the back garden, I snapped this fabulous flowering tree (no idea what it is!)and their beautiful sweet-peas which are, sadly, coming to an end but still producing glorious colour.Meredithe x