28 May, 2012

A Blogger Get Together!

I spent a lovely afternoon yesterday meeting up with some bloggers, some for the first time. We arranged to meet at the Bundoora Homestead. We did lots of talking, had lunch and then viewed the Tea Cosy exhibition. 
Going from left to right is Annette of Jindi's Cottage, me, Simone of Quilts n Cats, Elyte of Tea, Fabric and Other Things, Melody of The House on the Side of the Hill, Tracey (who's squatting down, she's really not that short) of Mistea Crafts and Marina of Maisie and the Boys.
 There were a few patched cosies.
 I really liked this bluebell one.
This is Tracey's Rapunzel tea cosy. Can you see her Prince waiting at the bottom for Rapunzel?

Thank you girls for a great afternoon.

12 comments:

Fiona said...

how fun this must have been....
Hugz

Michelle Ridgway said...

Lucky girls! How great to get together. Well done Tracey with your cute tea cosy.

shez said...

what a lovely bunch of ladies and lots of cute tea cosys there,glad you had a good day Christine.xx

Maria said...

I bet it was great spending time with your fellow bloggers.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Lucky you Christine...looks like a perfect way to spend a day..

marina said...

A lovely day!!
Maybe next meet we should all have a tea cosy? or a hexie purse?

Cheryll said...

I would have LoVeD to be there with all you girls too... wish I lived closer!!! Darn it!!
Looks like a wonderful day out! :)

Mistea said...

Thanks - It was lovely to meet you and spend time enjoying the delicious food in the gorgeous homestead.
All the inspiration.
Enjoy the week.

Chookyblue...... said...

blog meets are always so much fun......

Michelle May said...

Oh wow! What a fun day spent with so many of my favorite bloggy buddies! Wish I could have been there too.
xx

Jindi's Cottage said...

It was great to meet you...had a fabulous time...we'll all have to do it again!...

GardenofDaisies said...

How fun to get together with your fellow bloggers! I want to move to Australia, because they have things like tea cozy exhibits!!! Seriously, half the people that live here don't even know what they are. I am living in the wrong country! :-)