Today’s weather might not look like Spring, but the garden is producing flowers, and Linda had picked these beautiful hellebores to grace the table
Fiona and Trish came up trumps again for morning tea!
In the show and tell stakes, Deb had quilted this one for Kim
The quilting looks great
Trish had a special show and tell (just for you, GJ!); she started this at age 11, and every week Trish’s Mum took her to Myer in Frankston to choose four balls of wool
those were the days when wool was wool, and a 25g ball cost all of 25 cents!!
Fiona also brought some crochet show and tell (again, for you GJ); this beauty was made by Fiona’s grandmother and bequeathed to Fiona.
Linda showed us these fabrics, bought as a kit from Amities Textiles
to make Steampunk blocks!!
I think they’d look great in with mine, but Linda wasn’t keen to hand them over!!
Kim finished knitting a pair of socks (and I had a lesson on how to finish toes!)
Sandra’s making star-a-day blocks
Margaret’s having fun with hexagons – and had a pretty piece of Liberty
Linda’s ploughing on with her hexagons
Trish is working on her pretty Liberty stars
Fiona appliquéd basket handles
Deb is cutting clamshells from leftovers
and I’ve finished two more Steampunk blocks
and set up another
Such a productive day!