Hi Carol. That is a coincidence! Flannelette is a really good idea as it does need something to ‘cling’ to the pieces it is carrying. I tried to find some spare
fabric used for a hanging wall but couldn’t find it. A pocket in the outside is a really good idea as well. Thanks for sharing your ideas.
Mr and Mrs chair covers.
This week I have been looking back over old photos and I found the ones I took of the things I made for my sons wedding and it made me think of the things we do for love. We have all…
Wow Ruth…your guardian angel was on the ball that day!
Our guardian angel certainly was there Lyn…. and we joke that my dads spirit was there to save the whiskey and mums spirit was their to save the cake! . We certainly were very lucky.
Weddings are always emotional affairs, but that one certainly wins the prize. What lovely makes, too. A real labour if love. And to think I got fed up making 150m of bunting….
150 meters of bunting! I think that was certainly a labour of love Margaret.ese things always seem a good idea at the time – until you are in the middle of doing them . Thank you.
Wonderful story and what marvellous things you made. I can’t imagine the panic you must have been going through after that horrific crash! So pleased that all the important wedding things plus obviously you and your family survived the accident. That cake was a triumph! I love Stonny! xxx
Thanks Theresa. The panic was horrendous after the event but once we had another plan for getting there we were fine. I will pass on your message to Stonny
Great tips. Just one addition.. if you want to drive to an eatery try Moseley village in Birmingham, near to the City centre, where there are some nice Indian restaurants and a few other choices of eateries to choose from. There is a car park in the middle of the village (not actually a village but residents like to call it that).
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