Pseudo Sewjourn ~ Part 3

Yesterday was grey, wet, cold and miserable – perfectly suitable for staying indoors and stitching!

I made chicken and sweet corn soup for lunch (which I would have done at Sewjourn)

and while I was waiting for it to bubble away, I pondered this project. I’ve been playing with Anna Maria Horner’s “Hindsight” fabrics

They’re such large pieces and I’ve covered a big area, I wasn’t sure how to tackle what I want to do, so while the soup was cooking I rough basted the pieces into place

More pondering now on how to achieve my goal!

In the afternoon I watched these movies

while big stitch quilting a new project

The Golfer brought in aperitifs again, and heated up a Beef and Guinness pie courtesy of The Golf Club kitchen, and added some veggies from the freezer for our dinner

He shoo-ed me away again after we’d eaten and shortly after presented dessert (same as the previous day). Bless!

It’s been a leisurely morning here today; sleep in and just back from a walk with my new gloves (and here’s the link – apologies for not adding it in yesterday) which worked a treat!

Now what to do today?……before packing up for the long drive home !!!

Meredithe x

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3 Responses to Pseudo Sewjourn ~ Part 3

  1. Tineke Sydekum says:

    You have been busy Meredithe! I loved the fingerless gloves and have downloaded and printed out the pattern. I will give it a try. It will be a bit challenging for me though. The fabrics for your other projects are gorgeous. Hope to be there for sewing next Thursday.

  2. frayedattheedge says:

    Hope you have enjoyed your last day!!

  3. What glorious colours. I’m looking forward to seeing what you do…!

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