I have just finished my work on Lorrie's tea time round robin block. These blocks were absolutely gorgeous before anyone even stitched on them. Lorrie used vintage linens and did the central cross stitch on each, added the hankie "tablecloth" and enclosed the other corners for us to use our imagination with, and even sent along a package of her grandmother's buttons and some tea cup charms for us to use on the blocks. It seemed like a shame to add anything to these blocks! (Bare block) I had so much fun with this block, so be prepared for me to go into excruciating detail on this one! lol Or, you can just look at the photo at the top and forget the rest - your choice! To start with, before I even saw the blocks, I knew I wanted to make a tea bag for Lorrie. I found some shimmery translucent white ribbon and used it to construct a tea bag with beads added as the tea. Since I used blue beads, maybe it is blueberry tea? I parked the tea bag on one of the lo
I have lots of posts on embroidery, needlework and crazy quilting. Right now, in the time of Covid pandemic, my interests have turned to living frugally, gardening, cooking, etc. A regular Suzie Homemaker!