Isn’t this hall amazing? Here’s some more; on the wall
and these formidable doors.
Over the course of the day I tried to get around to all the tables, but with people disappearing for workshops and ventures outdoors between downpours I know I’ve missed some, so my apologies to them. However, I’m sure you’ll enjoy what pics I did take……
Judy is making this for her daughter’s 21st; it’s an early request as her daughter is currently 12, so Judy has plenty of time, but this is one young lady who knows her Liberty fabrics and is making sure Mum is keeping on track!
These from Leanne who is making the tiny blocks in the top right hand corner from the leftovers
Alison is doing some free motion embroidery from a kit of Christine’s
Yes, I know, the bag you can see on the left hand side? This is it, a gift to Leanne
and the clamshell one? It was a gift too – lucky Leanne!
Melissa started this block in the morning
and by day’s end it was finished!
Can you believe this is Lois’s first quilt? She’s having fun with appliqué.
Carolyn has two gorgeous bags
and is working on hexagons.
Time for some morning tea
Maree showed us this gorgeous quilt that she’s making up as she goes along
Marj is using “Elizabeth” for some EPP
Kathryn is working on not one, but two bindings both of which are curved!
Vivien is making this block
which will very soon look like this one (that she’d prepared earlier!)
and Viven had this stunner to show us too (one of Judy’s patterns)
Are you hungry? Time for lunch!
Leanne is hexagon-ing too
Ros is making these lovely blocks
Jennifer is making a larger free motion embroidery
Ruth is experimenting with Emma Mary blocks
Another Leanne is loving her very first hand pieced quilt, another Emma Mary
GJ finshed a whole pile of her blocks
It’s time for more food……can you fit any more in? C’mon, it’s afternoon tea!
Clare is working on some Sashiko – loving all those patterns
Sophia is knitting a hat for her daughter who’s off soon to view the Northern Lights
Ros showed us this unassuming old photographic slide box; it was a bit battered and she has restored the lid
the base is covered in little pieces of Liberty
Isn’t this a brilliant way to store embroidery threads? But wait there’s more! Turn it over and……
The other Carolyn showed us this cute quilt
Judy played with tumbling blocks
and hand pieced this pin cushion after doing a tutorial with Rae.
I stitched three Whirligig Hexagon blocks (one of my templates)
and I won another prize in the raffle draw!
Yum – gosh I’m going to smell nice!
Oh and before I forget, this is my haul from Cotton Factory. The lovely Alison opened the door for us, even though she was technically closed
includes a hat for Poppet, a little “Stonnington” by Denyse Schmidt and a lot of “Matilda” by Emma Jean Jansen.
We almost had to swim back to our accommodation – it rained most of the night and poured for much of the day.
Phew!! More soon!