Crewel Wool

flowers ...

After several months of slow work, I finished the first part of the flowers.  I am thinking of adding few more different motifs to it, and may be make into a cushion.

bit of crocheting..

The weekend was full sunshine, and I did lots of walking..

..sat under a shady tree and did bit of sketching too...

captured few different yellows...

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till next time,


Kantha stitched ..

saree quilt ...

The bright orange voile saree is one of my mother's, she has not worn it much and, is about 40 years old ;nor it is torn or discoloured. She gave it to me over a decade or so ago. I wanted to use up the saree without cutting too much and, thought that this way it would be used well.

I am using 3 layers of cotton saree material ; two of them are of the voile saree and, one is maroon coloured cotton with a design at one end.

The material has a fine line pattern in it, so I am trying my best to stitch long those lines to keep a straight line.

couple of crocheting projects ......

I have been crocheting the granny square for about six months or so now..and making a slow progress.

 pumpkin blossom opened up and, was there for couple days ...

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till next post,

Crocheted Moccasins..

My first attempt on something other than blankets, shawls and scarves. I found this moccasin pattern via Pinterest.  You can find it here.

I used Bernat brand and no.4 hook. I don't think I followed the pattern exactly (the instructions weren't too clear for me). I made couple of  unravels before I finally made it. Even then it turned out big bigger than I wanted it to be. But now I know, if I make again what adjustments I should make.

Sunday morning walk........

church garden has its vegetables and flowers growing.

..... also spotted this chair on the side walk which had a lovely needlepoint worked flower panel


my indoor pumpkin creeper too has a bloom which is about open, I am excited !

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Completed wall quilt and our tea group meeting

So, I have finally completed the quilt.  All stitching is done on 3 layers of cotton fabric. (two of yellow and one white) I used a thicker needle so it would easy to pass the thread through 3 layers. There is no batting added to this piece, only the fabric layers.

I wonder how many thousands of little stitches are there.....

All fabric and thread used are remnants from here and there. I didn't buy anything new.

some beaded tassels too..


Our tea group meet-up on 29 July ; High Tea and Nicol's, at Woodbridge, Ontario

I have been part of the Tea and Card exchange group (met via blogging) for almost two years now and, this was the first time that I was able to make it to a meet-up.

L-R  Wendy, myself, Judith, Margie, Sandra  (photo credit Margie)

few pictures I took

What a lovely afternoon it was ..thank you, ladies !!!

high tea menu
choice of organic teas, homemade scones with chantilly cream, finger sandwiches, mini pastries and cookies


more summer gardens from my weekend walks ; this garden is full of plastic decorations

these white hydrangeas are so big...

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January creative makes ...

I finished the jute piece. I have not yet thought about how I want to complete the sides and, if I want to make in to a wall hanging....

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