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Sunday, 22 November 2015

Sunday Playtime.

Today dawned bright and cold, quick load of washing in the machine then out on the whirly thing once Ben had been walked and fed.
Then a look at the sewing and a decision made to cook instead.
Pop over to my Random Recipes and have a look at what I made.

I did a little sewing later, no photos though as it is not finished yet.
The 2 baby quilts were finished yesterday.



This blue print is another of the ones that I "found" from last year, I decided not to wrap it round to bind as I did not like it next to the prints on the front but loved it as a backing.





This one though was perfect for self binding and made for a fast finish. 

While reading a blog post last week I found a link to a tea towel site, I popped over for a nose round and bought these 2.




This Barbecue  print will go to WA, along with the things that I have made.
The next one I have pictured in 2 halves, so you can see all the details.





This will be part of Francesca's present, she is as much of a tea drinker as I am and has a collection of tea related things.

The oven has gone on, we are having beef and veg in gravy, inside large Yorkshire pudding with roast potatoes and parsnips.
Then the apple crumble with custard or Greek Yoghurt.

I am off to sling hash.

                                TTFN                                  Pam


9 comments:

  1. The two quilts are gorgeous, I loved the fabric you have used. We had beef and Yorkshire pudding today too, with beef, carved and in gravy for the freezer for another 2 meals. So that's 2 more Sunday lunches ready to go.

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  2. Love the colours in the quilts, and I really love that teapot teatowel.

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  3. I vote for the CUSTARD with the crumble....I think it goes with everything!
    Love the tea towels!

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  4. Gorgeous material and pretty tea towels X

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  5. Lovely quilts. I especially liked the 2nd one but I'm into pale green at the moment. Sounds like you are getting organized for you know when. I am too - slowly.

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  6. The quilts are absolutely gorgeous, Pam, and the green is my favourite colour at the moment too.

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  7. The quilts are both lovely Pam, I'm going to start in January next year so I can be more organised on the home made presents front! I bought a joint of beef at the weekend but I think I shall stick it in the slow cooker with some left over red wine & a few bits & bobs. Might make some large yorkshires though x

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