My favourite thing to do at any time of year, is to visit the sea, sit on the sand and eat fish and chips.
A holiday to the quaint English seaside town of Aldeburgh
is truly rewarding. My cravings for fish, chips and ice-cream are completely satisfied and my mind is cleared by the fresh sea air…. lots of beach combing to be had too!
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Certain decades are associated with the frugal use of fabric.
I am hopelessly drawn to outrageous colours and patterns. So I had to share with you some photos from a recent event I attended. The fabrics are from the 1930’s but they have quality that still holds artistic value today, many years later.
American Depression Era Quilts were made in the most desperate of times when money was short, textiles were expensive and frugality was the name of the game.
Although it was a time money was short, colour was king….. anytime there is a depression, colour is turned up a notch or two!
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Good company, sunshine and a cup of tea – perfect.
Cup of Tea by the Marina
A visit from one of my chums is always a good excuse for a walk and chat by the canal – and of course one has to partake in tea and homemade cakes at Woody’s
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