This week our Sew Wot get-together was held at Helen’s home, out in the countryside. I’ve been there before, of course, thought I knew where I was going, but got myself lost! Quite upsetting really, but I backtracked and finally found myself on the right road, although running late after my misadventure. I arrived to find a wonderful selection of Mary’s Heart Challenge blocks laid out on the floor. A glorious array of colour indeed. Some in pinks, reds, purples, and Christmas fabrics as well. I’ve only done my first two so far, so I’ve got a bit of catching up to so.
Heart blocks galore
Heather brought along some Show and Tell. This lovely giraffe head was made in a Mosaic class recently, and all the little pieces are glued down, then stitched in place. And isn’t that an interesting background fabric? And then she showed us a cute little pin cushion made from an old sock. Not just any old sock, but these special “quilting” socks were a much loved pair from a friend.
Mosaic giraffe head and her cute sock pin cushion
Helen had been busy, and had recently stitched up a set of red, grey, black and white place mats. And being the hostess, had been working in the kitchen to give us all a wonderful morning tea. Helen’s husband doesn’t refer to our little group as the Sew Wots, but instead calls us the Eat Alots, and he could be right! There is nothing better than home baking.
Delicious Morning Tea
Our next Sew Wot get-together will be the final of the year, our Christmas Lunch. We have all made our pin cushion gift from recycled bits and pieces to bring along, so it will be interesting to see the variety we are sure to get.