A little view of our delightful cottage
We have been incredibly spoilt; our scrumptious food has been prepared and cooked by the fabulous Jane, we’ve had roving helpers in the forms of Maureen and Vicki, and many of us have indulged in a head/neck/shoulder massage under the talented hands of Jenny Gamble (if you’re in the area or visiting she can be contacted on 0427 453 080 – highly recommended!).
There were lots of new quilters in on Day 3, so lots of new projects to show you!
Rose is doing broderie perse
Chrissie is making this bee (I think part of the Splendid Sampler)
Michele is binding a runner of Lucy Boston
Jo Anne is playing with hexagons
Ready for morning tea?
Sue is appliqueing Liberty melons
Lizzie did a bit more embellishing
then she borrowed a machine and voila! one finished pin cushion
GJ was working on her MSG
Carolyn made more hexagons
Jill is embroidering this piece of Liberty
Deborah is making Emma Mary blocks
Gabby’s blocks are from Judy’s “Sugar Plum” pattern
Adele is hexagon-ing too
Donna is making Judy’s new pattern “Mayfair”
Caroline is making Emma Mary blocks too
Jenny (our masseuse extraordinaire) is doing free motion embroidery by hand
Goodness me, it must be time for lunch!
When I first visited Jane, I had no idea what this was going to be
but when I visited later in the afternoon…..
Nancy is making one of Judy’s “Dilly Bags”
We took a stroll through town and Lizzie found an old camera
Carolyn a retro hexie quilt top
Rae this exquisite box
and Margie who was visiting found this stunning box (total envy here!!)
Ooh look! Here comes afternoon tea!
GJ made a pin cushion
Maree is playing with positioning for her free motion embroidery
Sophia has added more rows to her beanie (with a lovely raffle prize)
and I did some free form hand quilting.
One more day to go! (You might not get it until Monday!!)