Himself and I had a lovely day out today, Richmond & Kew Quilters arranged a trip to Hever Castle. The childhood home of Anne Boleyn, it was rebuilt in early 1900 by William Waldorf Astor at a cost of £10 million.
I don't have consent to show pictures of the quilts, so I will add those individuals pics to my "private use" page, (and if anyone would like the montage removed please let me know) but I took lots of other photos too
The castle was beautiful, and I really loved the leaded light Windows - so many ideas for quilts!
And they had some beautiful dolls houses (or "miniature houses")
Difficult to see, but the governess has a sewing machine on her table
If you aren't bored with my photos you can look at a few topiary bushes, and the gardens