Wednesday, March 31, 2010

A lovely Easter tradition


This is the third Easter I come to visit May Britt to eat her lovely homemade custard buns, also called Sunshine buns here in Norway :-)
It has been a rainy day, so we have had to stay indoors this year, but Sunshine buns can brighten any day!


May Britt has bought a couple of yards of zippers without the zips, so we had a challenge getting all the zips on.

A zipper without zips are of no use!

003 zipper

A sturdy pair of pliers came in handy doing the zipper job!



May Britt is blogging her new sewing kit - pop over to her blog to take a look!


I have brought a pile of handwork - maybe I even can get something done :-)


I have brought some Yoko Saito Log Cabin blocks, 3 stars to finish,


and more redwork blocks.
The block you see here I finished yesterday while watching the Easter crime film on TV.
Easter crime, both in books, in the papers and on film are a tradition in Norway.
Very often the crime films are made like mysteries, going over several evenings - not the shoot and run kind, more like English crime, Agatha Christie and such.

I have looked forward to his Easter visit for ages :-)

Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.' - Dalai Lama



  1. Heia Hanne..
    God Påske til deg.
    Mye fint hos deg og jeg likte godt sy mappa di på forrige post!
    Du er heldig som har en venn som May Britt...

  2. Ønsker deg en riktig GOD PÅSKE!
    Slike glidelåser har jeg ikke våget meg på , men med boller og gode venner går det nok lettere....


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