The weather wasn’t at all for nice for today's Sew Wot get-together. But as it was my turn to be hostess, I stayed at home where it was warm and cozy, ready to welcome them as they got blown through the door. Medical appointments kept our numbers a little lower once again – just a sign of getting older, I guess.
So what was everyone doing? Heather E was working with her beloved hexagons. She loves handwork but I’m sure I would find those itty bitty hexagons much too fiddly for my fat fingers. Carol was stitching chickens, to be made into a cushion for a family member who has chooks at home
Heather B was making a stained glass table runner. Love the colours, it’s going to be stunning. I remember doing something with black bias strips myself many years ago.
Heather B’s stained glass table runner
Mary asked “Want to see my jacket?” Of course I did and I was expecting her to pull a quilted jacket out of her bag. But this appeared instead – a lovely white lacy 4ply baby’s jacket made especially for the baby to wear to church with the proud parents. So sweet. And check out this detail – the pretty flowers were embroidered on after the sleeves were knitted.
Mary’s baby jacket
That reminds me – I really must get on with my knitting too. It’s not at all fancy, I’m knitting myself a winter weight cream cardigan, and I’m up to the back. Never mind, I’ll get there sooner or later. Heather B asked to see my just completed Animal ABC top, so that got passed around the ladies to be admired.
My Animal ABC quilt top
As usual, we had plenty to talk about, magazines to flick through, and morning tea to eat. Plus some knitting and stitching was achieved – I managed to do a little more on one of my Christmas ABC corner blocks. Another lovely Sew Wot morning.