Saturday, February 21, 2009

Another peek...

I have almost finished the "Matryoshka Doll Quilt" and since these photos were taken, I have quilted it and made the binding.
All it needs now, are the rosey cheeks and the binding sewn on.

Doesn't this look yummy!
I spent Friday morning with Kylie from "A Bite of Country Cupcakes" at her lovely home with her two gorgeous little girls.
Kylie had made date scones, and plain scones with....butterscotch butter, blackberry cream, cream and jam.
I think I will go to her home again...
Thank you Kylie, for a lovely morning.
Kathryn. XX

21 comments:

Kerryanne English said...

Oh Katherine, is there nothing nicer than a devonshire morning tea with friends? How lucky you are to be able to catch up with our blogging friend Kylie.

I love your quilt - the fabrics are so pretty and perfectly pieced.
Hugs,
Kerryanne

PaisleyJade said...

Your quilt looks amazing... and so do those scones. I lvoe the sound of butterscotch butter and cream!

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

Kathryn....It seems since you headed off on your way yesterday I have hit the ground running.
It was lovely to get together and have much chit chat again...
Your quilt looks o pretty and it is such a unique design...So very Kathryn!! Lol.
Whenever I see matroyshka dolls I always am reminded of you.
I bet you are loving being reunited with your sewing again

i cant sew said...

it all looks so nice... wish i could teleport my self to be by your side!!
%^_^%

CurlyPops said...

Oh yummy fabric and yummy scones!

clare said...

That is the loveliest quilt . Now I'm off to get the butterscotch recipe from Kylie .
clares craftroom

Shabby Raggy Roses said...

The quilt looks fantastic - can't wait to see it all done! Love the colours.
Jenelle

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Your latest quilt looks very pretty Kaathryn! Your devonshire tea looks heavenly - butterscotch butter sounds delicious.

Linda said...

What a lovely color for a quilt. I love pink. And I love scones. I tried making them once. Not good.Thanks for posting. Linda

TattingChic said...

Gosh, that quilt is gorgeous! I love the pinks and adorable-ness of it all!
It looks like a nice morning with your friend, Kylie! I like her name! How fun to have a bloggy friend to know in person! :)

The Pink Poodle said...

firstly the quilt looks gorgeous..

secondly..kylie's morning tea just looks totally totally scrumptious..

she is obviously a good cook..
lucky you!!

XX ANDREA

Patchwork Harmony said...

wow, that looks like one amazing afternoon tea! mmm!

SG said...

I can't wait to see it all!
What a great time you had with your friend! If we were closer, I would invite you for a nice tea!

Sonia ~ Vintage Rose Designs said...

Hello Kathryn, I just wanted to leave a note saying you have been tagged with an award. Please come by and play =)

Sonia

Tanza said...

OMG.. This looks simply wonderful, and ever soo yummy.. What a wonderful way to spend the day.. Eating with some wonderful friends..You made my mouth water.. Thanks for sharing .. hugs ~tea~

marie said...

Oh my ~ that looks absolutely yummy! The scones look pretty good too! : )

funkymonkey said...

Nothing like a cosy quilt and yummy cakes.

Trish said...

I have only just found your blog, its lovely, your quilts are amazing.

Jelly Wares said...

The quilt looks gorgeous!!!! Wowee, can I come to Kylie's house for morning tea too?? Those scones look heavenly!!!

Jodie :)

Gail McCormack said...

Your quilt looks as scrumptious as the scones!

Gina said...

Hi Kathryn,

You've won my sock monster in Trashy's raffle so if you email me your address I'll get her in the post asap.

Gina