I haven't got any quilty stuff to show at the moment but here are a couple of little stitcheries that I finished whilst we were away. The one on the left is Bea's BOM at Capricorn and the one on the right is Lynette Anderson's latest block for her Noah's Ark BOM (the link is on my side bar). I added a couple of extras - I pinched the ideas from someone else's blog, but I'm
afraid I can't remember who.
Here's another piece of history from Bath - this is the oldest house in Bath, built in about 1480, though the stone facade is from the 1720s. Sally Lunn was a young Huguenot baker who escaped from persecution in France in 1680. She started making a brioche type bun which became known as a Sally Lunn, and has been made on the same premises ever since. You can still buy them there. Unfortunately I couldn't taste one of them - nor a Bath Oliver biscuit 'invented' by Dr Oliver in Georgian times to help improve the health of those people who came to the spa to 'take the waters', nor a Bath bun - as I have an allergy to wheat!