We decided to go to The Vyne in Hampshire on the way back. If you click on the name, you will be able to find out more details. It was built originally for Henry VIII to visit, and has been updated a number of times. This is a summerhouse to covet... better than our garden shed! They certainly knew how to live in Tudor times.
No photography allowed in the house, but the garden is wonderful, and of course after all the rain we have had, its all very English green!
This is the outside of the chapel which is Tudor in design... check out the stained glass window by clicking on the photo to enlarge.
Inside the chapel are the most impressive Flemish medieval tiles, hand painted and the colours are so fresh.
I have not been able to leave my Bernina alone since getting back home and have created this bag for the BQL July bag challenge. I find the rotary cutting very challenging... think I need lessons...its the numbers that drive me crazy! Maybe I am numerically challenged!
Cats are hovering around and shouting at me.... so better go and feed them.