What better way to start the day than a cuppa and a piece of Trish’s dynamite brownie!
hmmm! Fortified, time to look at show and tell, which seemed to carry the theme of “Compare and Contrast”.
Sandra and Margaret brought along their Block Swap quilts; each quilt contains the same blocks they’re just set differently.
(Can you see Fiona’s cute new shoes?). Sandra’s is finished
and Margaret’s is a top
‘cos she’s still deciding on a border
Sandra also brought her Boston Pavement quilt, which is another Block Swap.
GJ and Kim had their Museum Medallion quilt tops, a lovely pattern from Judy Newman. This one is Kim’s
and this GJ’s
Same pattern, but looking so different
just because of fabric choices!
In other show and tell, Trish had this beauty
which had to be finished, said Trish, before the end of last century, and which she achieved!
The pattern is an original from Trish, using blocks from Elly Sienkiewicz’s books, with the border adapted from a Di Ford quilt. Fiona helped Trish with the construction and gave lots of encouragement to finish it!
Kim had these tops
and this quilt which was made entirely from what was on hand!
(see Ann’s cute shoes in this pic!), a lovely version of Drunkard’s Path
and Ann had this quilt
that she’s made for her son
and the backing has just arrived from The City Quilter which is based in New York…..of course!!
There was some smaller eye candy too, that set my heart a-flutter!
This is Linda’s
Isn’t it gorgeous??!!
and inside, more gorgeousness….blue hexies!
Deb had a cute tin
and inside her tin?
And then we stitched at Linda’s table which was adorned with lilac and limes