A very Millrose weekend

I’m just back from a wonderfully creative weekend at Millrose.

20160503-191749.jpgFrom Friday mid-morning until Sunday mid-afternoon, the house was a hive of activity!

Amanda played with Drunkard’s Path blocks

20160503-192414.jpgcut out these fabrics

20160503-192505.jpgto make these bags

20160503-192540.jpgand stitched this block

20160503-192623.jpg(and she finished it – I just didn’t get a pic)

Maree started knitting a scarf

20160503-192734.jpgand had this much done by Friday evening!

20160503-192820.jpgShe stitched some stars (hmm, can’t find a pic of that – sorry) and cut out and started making a hexagon box

20160503-193134.jpgFleur stitched hexagons

20160503-193217.jpgstitched more hexagons, and bought some fabrics for the hexagons.

20160503-193319.jpgGJ did some super secret stitching – which I can’t show you, and some other secret stitching which I can show you a little bit of

20160503-193710.jpgCarolyn made lots, and lots of Emma Mary blocks

20160503-193815.jpgHeather played with stars

20160503-193914.jpgfor this quilt

20160503-193947.jpgand stitched some of these stars too.

20160503-194043.jpgJoy was stitching these houses

20160503-194109.jpgand embroidering this block

20160503-194156.jpgJacinta finished quilting this cheater cloth

20160503-194227.jpgIsn’t it sweet?

20160503-194255.jpgshe quilted and bound this cheater cloth

20160503-194334.jpgand she also cut out and started a hexagon box.

20160503-194429.jpgJan embroidered a garden

20160503-194520.jpgand some circles

20160503-194542.jpgand, most importantly, made scrumptious soups for our lunches

20160503-194639.jpgAmanda, GJ and Carolyn also finished the hexagon boxes they’d started in a class at Cutting Cloth

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20160503-195048.jpgAnd me? I started a new quilt

20160503-195130.jpggetting two sets of blocks cut out, made all of one set and started on the other set.

20160503-195313.jpgAs you can tell, we had a ball!!

Meredithe x

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14 Responses to A very Millrose weekend

  1. June Hamilton says:

    Wow how productive. I’m so envious. Millrose is such a magic place to get the creative juices flowing. What fun.

  2. Kim Bastiani says:

    Looks like you all had a wonderful and productive weekend ☺️

  3. Glenda says:

    We were busy!! But relaxed as well ! Special friends , special location !

  4. Cécile says:

    No doubt it was an very busy but wonderful weekend !!
    I love the hexagon boxes !

  5. Joanne says:

    I love those hexagon boxes the ladies made! Wonder if the pattern is available in the USA?

  6. thimbleanna says:

    You lucky, lucky girls! Oh, to be surrounded by sooooo much inspiration …….

  7. Judy says:

    Wow, had to look thru this several times,so much to take in. Very productive weekend, must be a wonderful place. I especially like what Fleur is doing, sweet fabrics. Will look forward to seeing more of hers, and also your new project. Is it a requirement that your stitchers each have a sweet, darling, adorable little tin to hold their amazing projects??

  8. I would call the hexagon box an etui. Lots of fabulous projects, but as I sit in the sun and enjoy a glass of wine, I don’t mind for once that I wasn’t there!!

  9. Chookyblue says:

    Looks like a great sewing time together….

  10. Verónica says:

    All the quilting look great!

  11. Those little boxes are sweet, aren’t they – and those houses are really striking!

  12. Tina says:

    Oh how lovely! I truly love this post, lots of inspiration!

  13. Michelle says:

    Perfectly fabulous, as usual! Love, love, love..

  14. Lucy says:

    I love those zebra and flamingo bags; the hexagon boxes are very clever and love the bright fabrics you are using for your next quilt!
    Lucy xx

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