Makings, Part 4

Christmas BOM 5 of a Lynette Anderson design is sewn. Just one panel to go now.
This quilt is waiting to be blanket stitched around the flowers. Made in Patched Pumpkin on Saturday.
The newborn aran hoodie is sewn up and a pair of matching booties added. I’ve passed it via Patched Pumpkin to it’s new owner.

The felt panel is all sewn and put on a cushion.

Close up.
Suzie from Little Busy Bee got her lavender bags safely. I think that is all the current makings I can show for now.
So back to Liverpool for the final time- Liverpool Cathedral.
Across the road are these former coach houses,
for the houses in Rodney Street. Lots of famous people came from here. Link has loads of details.
Beautiful doorways.

Love the topiary. Unusual old oval post box.
Gladstone 4 time Prime Minister was born here in December 1809
Dr WH Duncan !805-1863 Liverpool’s 1st medical officer of health lived here. The 1st appointment of it’s kind in the country.

Side gate to the below property.

Henry Booth 1789-1869 Founder and director of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway company was born here.

MacKensie’s tomb. He is reputedly buried inside the pyramid sitting at a card table with a royal flush in his hands after doing a deal with the devil. Story here.
The state the church has been allowed to get into through years of neglect, Should b criminal.
Paddy’s Wigwam- the nickname forthe Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral

So that is all of Liverpool for now.

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