No sewing this week - the online hand applique class was demo on "Wool appliqué with embroidery". One of the projects was making Mackintosh Roses with Wool Felt. First she showed how to draw a rose, then how to get the design on the felt. The lesson went quickly but included new to me embroidery stitches.
The second project was making a wool heart and sewing it on a shirt sleeve.
|Aunt, Mother, Bride, Grandmother, Aunt|
The ceremony itself was different than here. There was no giving away of the daughter. The priest instead asked the two if they were legally available for marriage - or something like that. They exchanged rings, but then there was a piece of silver or gold that went from the groom to the bride and back again. And at the end they pulled out a table and signed the license in front of everyone. I'm sure there were other differences but that is what I remember.