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Monday, 5 December 2016

FNwF



It was a cold, cold week, the night temperatures were down to -6C or -7C in our part of the world, but dry, no snow yet. 
The sun did come out during the day, making  it much more bearable.

This is a good time of year to huddle inside with a good book or a good stitching project.
Friday night was another FNwF, over at 
Cheryll 's ; 
the last one this year.
Big thank you to Cheryll, for being such a good host this year, and I am sure we are all looking forward to meeting up at "her place" next year!

What was I sewing?
In the afternoon I put together the 4 section of Mrs Beasley's Sampler quilt, so set down in the evening and started to hand quilt it. 
It is a small quilt, so this should not take long.




I leave you with some pictures from last week.












©pleasureinstitching.blogspot.co.uk 2016

9 comments:

  1. Radka, deka je nádherná!
    U nás bolo dnes ráno -16, máme aj trocha snehu, cez deň slnečno -4, krásne dni! Len aby na Vianoce neprišlo oteplenie a dážď.
    Foto hmlistej krajiny sú krásne!

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  2. Such a beautiful quilt. It will keep you warm as you hand quilt it.

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  3. Beautiful and atmospheric photos! And the quilt is lovely too. It's really cosy to be in a warm home pottering around when it's cold outside. Enjoy.

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  4. good to see you are now quiting your lovley quit. Cold here in the north too but it is going to get milder fear that means wet too!

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  5. OOh! that looks very very cold - but beautiful too. Not as cold as that where I live. Quilt looks nice, aren't we grateful for our needlework projects to keep us happy indoors through the cold months.

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  6. Lovely frosty pictures Radka. I am just back from a chilly weekend in Hertfordshire and we have been warned to pack warm clothes for Taunton next weekend! Looking forwar dto seeing the completed Mrs Beasly. xx

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  7. The quilt is so pretty and I'm sure it's cozy. We are expecting 3-5 inches of snow this evening, with really cold temperatures for a couple of days afterwards.

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  8. Love your stitchery - those fabrics really are lovely. And speaking of lovely...those foggy picture are divine!

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