Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Christmas in July

Shez and I headed off on Friday for another lovely weekend of stitching. This time it was a "Christmas in July" class run by The Christmas Beetle in Albury, and another lovely day of stitching with Gail Pan.
This is one of the two projects from the day and is the one I worked on - stitched in CGT "Hugs and Kisses".

And a lovely needleturned table runner
And look who else Shez and I found there - our mate Cheryll from Stitching Cubbyhole. As you can imagine lots of laughing and talking happening, though Cheryll is looking very industrious here (in between the shopping).
It was lovely to be able to catch up with my sister, Wendy as well. I did have a lovely photo of the four of us but for some reason it wouldn't download, but I'm sure you will see lots more on Shez's blog of our fun day. Cheryl

9 comments:

shez said...

Hi Cheryl this 3 day weekend was awesome,i had the best time and still smile when i think of all the laughing we did.It was lovely that you and Chez got to meet i knew you 2 would hit it off,you are both awesome friends,and your sister Wendy was just like you ,so lovely and wonderful,so glad we got to meet each other and so glad Wendy is enjoying getting back into the world of stitching and sewing,not long till our next adventure Cheryl,hope you have a wonderful week my friend.xx

Michelle Ridgway said...

You can certainly see that you and Wendy are sisters. What a lovely time you have had...lovely projects as well.

Maria said...

Sew wonderful to have time stitching with your blogging friends...
Love the projects ..

Diane-crewe said...

never too soon to get the Christmas stitching started xx .. and never miss a chance to join in with friends and family xx

FloS said...

How lucky you are !!
Florence

Fiona said...

those workshops are great fun and even more so with friends...
Hugz

gracie said...

Lovely projects and beautiful smiles

Charlie and Wendy said...

Sounds like you are having wonderful days at these workshops, lovely projects!!

Karen said...

Isn't that just the perfect way to spend time together? And the projects look great, too.