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. Lots of beautiful stitching and weaving there, and the addition of friends, food, and mimosas makes it just perfect!


  3. 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.


  4. 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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