Apr 1, 2010

My Creative Space

My Creative Space. Well this week I baked. Yep. I know. Shocking stuff. I could count on one hand the amount of times this urge to bake has taken over  (there was this time when I was flooded in.) In fact everyone did. We had Sunday sew' n 'sew at my place - with this clever and  creative  bunch we meet about once a month -and it was great as usual. A few newbies also came which is always nice and everyone bought food- we had loads of nice things... I made date scones.
I bet you can't tell which one Busy made?

I also finished my heart embroidery  for the Pincushion Swap realising that, because I finished it in semi darkness I had inadvertedly used two differnt types of red. Then I cut it too small to be part of the pincushion  so now it is  in a little hoop hanging on the wall.... and I am starting again with the pincushion.... phew....
 Join in the fun and shenannigans at Kirstys place.
and if you keep scrolling down you may be shocked to realise I don't actually look like a fat chicken...

19 comments:

  1. numnumnum, your scones were good! Wish I'd taken a couple home afterwards actually. ;) I do love a scone.

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  2. ..hang on..whose blog am I visiting..really!! is that you Cath, WOW!!
    nice scones there lady, I think you need a bit more of that around the place, me likes.

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  3. Oooh! Busy should make them all, it looks so pretty with little rainbow 100s & 1000s!!!

    (Then you could just put your feet up while she baked for you? If only!)

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  4. Yummmo! I love date scones!
    the heart's looking amazing.x

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  5. i love it!
    does busy like to put sprinkles on everything??
    date scones sound lovely.
    i'm quite envious of your cooking urges, i struggle to even make lunch at the moment

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  6. Loving your stitching. Beautiful.

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  7. Hey there Fat Chick! (Oh, I'm sorry, I just had to after reading the fine print)...

    The heart looks just lovely. I'm sorry to hear it's take two, although obviously take one was good enough to be hung on the wall.

    LOVE Busy's take on 'date' scones. My boys ate sprinkles for lunch yesterday... mmmm, nutritious.

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  8. Ooops, I just got the fat chooken joke. Yes, I'm a bit slow. Sorry to hear about the heart cutting mishap. I hope take 2 is speedy and that you aren't cursing the swap too much. X

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  9. Any of those left? I'll be straight round for afternoon tea (scones, not hearts that is ... though the heart is very pretty).

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  10. I love date scones and your little heart which was intended for a pincushion is very pretty.

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  11. I love Busy's scone and think that heart looks gorgeous.

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  12. I like the two tone heart - very nice! Love Busy's scone!

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  13. STOP ALREADY! You're freaking me out and turning my world upside down and stuff...

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  14. Oh yum, I really could have done with one of those and a cup of tea and a lie down this afternoon. Thanks for the virtual scone anyway.

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  15. loving the hundreds and thousands on the lone date scone! has inspired me for some Easter baking for our house. Great stitching too

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  16. mmmm yum yum!

    i love the heart in two shades of red.. a happy accident!
    :) linda

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  17. Yum! That group sounds so fun, I would love to have something like that to go to! Love the heart.

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  18. shocking for sure! Buzy's scone is very beautiful and colorful! (That IS her's, right?)

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