Sew Wot Tuesday rolled around again, and it was my turn to be hostess. I saw a flash of High Vis drive up our path, and thought for a moment it was a special mail delivery. But no, it was Heather on her scooter. Robin backed it safely out of sight behind our front fence for her, just in case. Not that we thought it would get taken, but better to be safe than sorry while we were all inside chatting away.
Robin enjoyed trying out the scooter
Sandra brought along some flowers to share from her garden, a bunch of beautiful yellow bronze chrysanthemums. We divvied them up, and here are mine, thanks so much Sandra.
Such beautiful flowers
There wasn't a great deal of Show and Tell this time. Only from Heather, who had brought along two little baby quilts to show us. One for a boy, and one for a girl, and these are going to extended family members.
Two baby quilts, made by Heather
There was a bit of knitting going on, myself, Carol and Sandra, and Helen was busy with her EPP project.
Carol and Sandra
Morning Tea was served, and I had made some yummy toasted Southern Cheese Rolls. These supposedly originated in the South Island, and every café down there seems to have their own secret recipe for the cheese filling.
Home time rolled around and Heather had to get dressed for her return journey. On went the high vis jacket, gloves and a hat. No, she doesn't have a black leather jacket like the bikers have, she told us, but her jacket does has a cow on the back, which must be just as good!
Heather is NOT a bikey, she assures us
It was so nice to have the Sew Wot ladies here, there is always plenty to chat about, hand work to do, and enjoy morning tea together. And it will all happen again in two weeks time.