Have also got my kittens and puppy, so life is back on track
And last but most certainly not least - Oscar
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What an inspiring day, if you eve get a chance to go to one of Lynda’s workshops – do, there is so much to learn and she is such a good tutor, but dont plan to go out in the evening after a day with Lynda as you will be shattered.
Lynda was extremely organised
Some of her lovely vessels
Some of the work that I did today with Lynda.
Thought I had taken more photos, obviously got rather involved and forgot to record what I was doing……………….. opphhhhs
Hard at work and then Father Christmas and his Elf dropped in!!!! This prompted a good idea (I think) maybe I shall arrange a Christmas meal for the EG, may regret that idea when it comes to doing the organising………
Check Lynda Monk out – a fabulous day
What a surprise, Di emailed me last night to say that my quilt based on NZ was in Popular Patchwork. Couldn’t wait to get to the shops this morning to buy a copy.
The article was far better than I could have ever hoped for. Shame they got the names wrong though.
Linda Monk workshop tomorrow with the Embroiders’ Guild – looking forward to that.
Mark, next door, has kept saying to me that he did not have time to look after his dogs, and why did I not have them instead of getting a puppy.
Well today I decided to take him up on his offer.
Had a great day with Ted and Basil, they even ended up having a shower and hair brush – very smart dogs.
It was good to be over the fields again, picked some blackberries too.
Found some mushrooms under one of my plants, just thought it was rather nice.
Then Mark came round, he had changed his mind and Ted and Basil went back with him :-(
So went for a bike ride.
Put final stitches onto ‘Cherrie’ the Sugar Plum Fly.
Then Millie arrived for the day as Rob and Mel were off to see ‘Love Never Dies’ – lucky devils.
The off to see the EAST exhibition, yes with Millie too!
Above are just a few pictures of their lovely work.
The little robes represent two mother’s children, each of the Mothers had to hand their children over to the Foundling Museum, one rich and one poor. The bird in the cage represent that each of the women’s destiny was decided by their owners, whether it was the state, father or husband.
Then back to Mum’s so that she could have cuddle with Mille
Then round to Angies’s for a glass of wine while the boys were out, a good day.