friendstitchin sunday | 7.21.19…


We had a delightful Sunday afternoon gathering,  a tasty lunch: salads, fruit, sun chips, desserts, punctuated by delicious orange mimosas. The day  was H-O-T, not fit for man or beast , but we were cool, calm and collected (despite the delicious orange mimosas. I know we each had more than one refill!)

Margaret – center photo – stitched the binding on a table runner and proudly displayed the  finished piece; it is lovely. Michelle stitched on a Santa cross stitch – hey, it’s almost Christmas  in July ( the 25th is just days away). Pat was cutting out pieces for a small quilt she’s hand stitching and I played with my weaving: the circular loom and the fabric weave. Nor sure what I’ll do with them but I do enjoy the process… very mindful .

Too soon it was time to go.

Friendstitchin’ Sundays: So grateful for good friends, good food, good time. We missed friend Theresa, who is  on holiday in Ireland.


8 thoughts on “friendstitchin sunday | 7.21.19…

  1. Looks like a wonderful day! Nothing better than gathering with friends who share your passions! LOVE that table runner!


  2. Like Dee, I like that everyone’s *project* is different. Please tell us more about your weaving – looks interesting. The table runner is gorgeous. And the table with food and drink – sigh – looks so good! Glad you could beat the heat and enjoy the company of friends.


  3. what a wonderful tradition y’all have … and I’m always impressed with the breadth – and actual finishes! – across your group. (look forward to seeing more about your weaving. it does seem very mindful.)


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