Tuesday, 22 July 2014

A HUGE Thank You.

We are sending a BIG, BIG thank you to all the ladies that joined us on Saturday for our Midwinter, Midday to Midnight sit and sew.....we can only hope that you all had as much fun as we did....because we had such a wonderful time and we want to thank each and every one of you for making it such a great day...
Special thanks go out to Rose, Barb (AKA...the Bad Fairy) and Zanny for all their help on Saturday....we could not have done it without you.

If you missed out this time, well kept a very keen eye out for our next date because you will not want to miss out on all that fun...it was a truly wonderful gathering of happy ladies, all set on having a great time.

We had lots of special treats throughout the day...heavenly massage from Phil and Sherrie and a special appearance from the fabulous Jo Morton...on hand to give us all the prettiest painted nails..

We also had several visits from Barb, The Bad Fairy with her wonderful trivia questions and really great prizes....

And as for the table decorations...well...one table in particular really blitzed it with all their very posh china, floral centre piece and delicious pastries...

The show and tell was stunning and we thank all the talented, generous ladies that were happy to show their quilts and spread inspiration throughout the room....

A stunning prize winner from Anthea Bradley
Sonja's beautiful bag

and wow...more from Sonja, hand quilted & so beautiful
Another prize winner from Anthea.
A truly stunning, sensational Mrs. Billings made by Joan.
A Tribute to Mrs. Williams...pattern by Corliss Searcey.....made by Robyn in striking colours.
Joan showing her stunning "Pas De Deux" pattern by Robyn Falloon
Everyone loved "Show and Tell"

You can see from the photos what a great time was had by all.

Sunday morning was set aside for tea, coffee and muffins at Threadbear....and Sammy was on hand to help out....he was ready for lots of pats and cuddles....and he was also trying to tell us all that he was allowed to have all the muffins he could eat.

1 comment:

  1. it looks great wish I lived closer sally