........ I'm the handsome one! After our cuppa on Sunday morning, we continued our walk. Malcolm and Alison looked on bemused as Stuart and I crept up to take photos of two seagulls on a wall
we laughed when the one on the right walked in front of the other one, as if to say "never mind him, I'm the handsome chap you want in your photos"
we walked back over the new bridge, so that Stuart could take some shots of the old bridge ........ but of course I had to take more photos too! This is looking down on the area that is to be refurbished, where Malcolm went for his walk last Saturday
hopefully the old wooden jetty is going to be restored
I liked the reflection of the bridge in the slightly muddy water
but I doubt this statue likes what the seagulls do on her head!!
you may have to click on the photo to enlarge it, to see the seal swimming beside the pilot boat
whn we got back home, there was time for me to do some sewing before dinner. I started by choosing these six fat quarters
and cut as many two and a half inch strips as I could from them
there was a slight pause as I had to eat a donut (Stuart and Alison had brought us a box, so we had to eat them!)
on a sugar high, I stitched all the strips together
trimmed off the corners
pressed open the seams
and folded and pressed the binding
ending up with eighteen yards for the space quilts
this morning the first job of the day in the studio was to take a photo of my special tea in another of my special mugs
I have been doing well NOT buying books, but this one somehow was bought and arrived in the post this morning!
I made a start to using all that binding
but you will have to wait until tomorrow to see the finished quilts. While I was busy sewing this afternoon, Malcolm was busy in the garage, making a rather large garden door for our lovely neighbours, the shoe shop owners
I thought I made a lot of mess .........
I'll be back tomorrow with some knitting.