She is healthy again and once in while she bemoans the fact that I no longer have a tea company to cater afternoon teas for her and her clients. So I decided to have her over at my home and she brought her friend Donna. I also invited Ana Paula, my Argentinian Camino friend who is an artist when it comes to quilting. I asked her to bring some of her quilts and so she did and what a show and tell we enjoyed.
Let the Show begin.
A combination of tradition and new. The portrait has tiny tiny square.
Black and White quilting
Ana has plans to create 33 quilts depicting the 33 stages of the Camino Frances. These quilts will be part of a quilt show in a park. She aims to have this showing in Summer 2016.
This time, the Tardis truly became a part of the Afternoon Tea service.
Until next time, Sip a cup of sunshine, Sip a Cup of Tea.