On the weekend, we got a visit from Nanna and Poppy (David's dad Brian and his wife Freya) and they came with many gifts, including this special handmade quilt for Thomas!
How very special this quilt is, including a lively print of playing frogs and a print of blue hearts. I'm sure this quilt will get some use, probably in the cot as it's a bigger size than a bunny rug. Freya is very good at making lovely quilts. I think they would be too tricky for me to try, whenever I cut material it always comes out wonky. And once you cut it you can't save the material. That's why I like to crochet, any mistakes I make I can just undo and retry. I guess everyone gravitates towards the crafts that suite them the most.
Besides the quilt, Nanna and Poppy also brought a lot of fresh produce from Stanthorpe, including these tomatoes and zucchinis home grown in their very own garden. We've already eaten some in the few days since their visit, but I'm a bit worried that some might waste there is so much! They also gave us several jars of home-made pickles, again using fresh veggies from their garden. It must be so satisfying to eat from your own garden. I know it is and our own garden only has herbs and a lime tree!
They also brought this lovely posey of roses from their garden, now my kitchen smells like roses again! It's a pity they live so far away, it's a long three hour drive one way. Hopefully we'll see nanna and poppy again before too long.