Saturday, 14 June 2014

Cuppa Time

I have made my cuppa and I am ready to visit crafty friends.  Before I start I must say welcome the new followers who joined while I have been absent. I hope you enjoy popping by from time to time.

Over at Pam has been making lots of zippered pouches and has included  great tutorials for 10 pouches and a dolls pram cover.

Mina at is making a great Texas Road Trip quilt using lots of scraps.  Mina also chats about charity quilts/ blocks and where to donate them

Lexie is excited, she has been chatting with another crafter about teaching a Metal Clasp Handbag class in July.  How exciting for her to pass on her skills

Jennifer aka Glinda is busy making bags and has posted a photo of some very delicious fabrics she was given by her cousin.

Karin at the Quilters Yarn has had a pattern published in Country Threads Vol 15 No 4 congratulations what a great achievement.

Rosemary has made two more blocks for the Tone it Down quilt a long she is taking part in. I love the colours they look soo right against the white background.

Sad news today a much loved brother in law has lost his battle with cancer. Thank goodness there is no more pain and suffering for such a gentle soul


  1. Sounds like a nice way to spend cuppa time! Thanks for the links, going to pop over and visit them all too. Sorry to hear your sad news and sending you love & hugs,

  2. Thank you Gilly
    I must admit I enjoy catching up on what everyone is doing and it is a great way to relax or get inspired while having a cuppa. Problem is there are so many clever people to visit cuppa time could last all day lol
    Your love and hugs are greatly appreciated.
    Cheers Pauline xx

  3. so sorry for your loss; we have had 3 losses this past 8 months and it is not easy...Hope you can find happy memories to assuage your sorrow...hugs, Julierose

  4. I'm so sorry about your brother in law, Pauline - how sad for you all - wish I was closer and I'd join you for a cuppa. Sending hugs :)


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