Well my friends for our wedding anniversary we decided to go to Kingston Lacey to see the snowdrops,unfortunately they had finished, We did have a wander though through the gardens ,the house also was not open yet,but we had really gone just to wander in the garden. Kingston Lacey is a National Trust property and is just outside of Wimborne,not far from where Graeme and Sue live. They were working that day so we did not see them. Anyway here are some pics to give you a taster.
We wandered through a tree lined avenue of teeny tiny daffodils and look at the trees lining it.
On my last post I showed you a pic of a church window. This was at Moreton just outside Dorchester.
Himself got in the photo as I was taking it. This church was bombed out in 1940 , The windows were designed by Lawrence Whistler the church is the only church in the world where the windows are entirely of engraved glass.
The floor too was impressive.
The header is the latest finish April ,and now I am onto May , I will not show you a pic of that as I have only done her hands and a sleeve.The backing fabric was a piece sent by Kate for my birthday. Perfect I think.
SO lets see what I have been doing . I made some Easter Cards and they were well received.
Stitching wise the disaster first ,it is now in the bin!!
Halloween night on Monday with Sally, I finished the second block of the Primitive Hare blocks, I will start L next Monday. Tuesday as I said I started May, Last night I stitched on Neighbourhood Friends with my Parlour Maids.Here is where I am with that .
The week before I finished Snow Love , I was so pleased with how this has turned out.
On that note will say bye for now and I will try not to make it so long next time. Bless you for all your nice comments and please keep em coming.
hugs and stuff