Are you melting?
The shop is normally quite cool but yesterday for Knit and Natter
it was a tad warm. Gravesend is often quoted as being a bit of a hot spot and
I couldn't agree more yesterday.
This is Gravesend Pier with a cloudless blue sky.
Thank you to all those that came along to Knit and Natter and
especially to Maggie and her friend who travelled all the way from York!!
They delivered a parcel full of knitted squares and stayed to enjoy tea and cake.
Elliott was chief tea/coffee maker yesterday and did a fine job.
Today, as mentioned, I'm driving to Peterborough to the Create and Craft studios
to meet up with Kim Hupke from Spellbinders.
She has been working so hard doing all the Pick of the Week shows
featuring Christmas dies (some new and some from previous years).
One of my favourite Christmas dies is Layered Poinsettia (you may already know that!)
I thought it would be nice to revisit one of my projects using these gorgeous festive flowers.
A card with Layered Poinsettia cut from patterned flower and sprayed with
some red glimmer mist.
Labels Twenty Two has been used for a tag stamped with a sentiment
in the top corner.
I stitched around the edge of the card, something I haven't done for a while...
I must do that again!
Take care friends and I will be sure to tell you all about my trip.