It would seem that the only time I post lately is when I have an art date with Aruna or meet-up with my craft group.
Did you know that Thursday was Granny Square Day hosted by Simply Crochet Magazine?
Above are some of the squares that crafters in Kuwait submitted to our group for posting.
Mine are the bottom left and right. I'm a traditionalist when it comes to granny squares.
They are my go-to project when I'm not sure what I want to do.
Yesterday my craft group met at yet another new coffee shop (they are opening right and left over here). This one is called Bon.
I had a Spanish Soy Latte which was pretty darn good. Most places say they can't do designs with soy milk but this barista proved them wrong.
Zhraa made vegan lemon muffins again and boy were they yummy!
She also made each of us a tiny granny square decoration for our phones.
Some members were returning from summer holidays.
Suzanne went to Shetland where she learned all about lace knitting.
Carol Ann was in Greece and brought souvenir magnets.
I'm just about running out of room on my fridge.
Amal is working on a needlepoint that's been year's in the making. She's filling in all the background now. So beautiful, so much work.
For show-n-tell there was a sheep, a blanket, a purse and a needlepoint case.
And the piece de resistance was Carol Ann's sewing case.
Can you guess where she's from? :)
All the sides are stitched with motifs.
And inside there's a needlecase, scissor fob, bluebonnet magnet, and the cutest cactus pincushion.
She's currently stitching up Van Gogh's sunflowers.
While I humbly worked on quick coasters that didn't require much thought while talking.
Last Sunday hubby and I were wandering the streets of Sofia. Bulgaria.
More about that soon.
Have a peaceful Sunday!