Sunday morning dawned cold but with clear skies, perfect for the Farmers’ Market held in main street .
After a lovely wander around, we made it to our venue just in time for morning tea – perfect timing!I don’t like rhubarb, but I have to say Jane’s rhubarb cake is The Best! Made sure I didn’t miss out!
Sue was prepping for a new project with just a little bit of Liberty!
Christine had some of her pieces out on the table next to ours
Carolyn attached some of the hexies she’d been making
Jill is hand quilting
Love the quilt and the backing!
Gabby is hand quilting too
Adele is hexie-ing (check out those bags!)
Donna was sorting fabrics for a new block
Rose was making a mini “Dilly Bag”
Ann had fun with free motion embroidery
Kerry was starting an appliqué block
Up on the stage we had a plethora of quilts
Jean put the binding on this quilt
This is Denise’s first hand pieced block
Leanne picked up this never-been-used Ted Baker bag at the op-shop!
GJ borrowed a machine to make a pin cushion or two, then people started “borrowing” GJ to make theirs as well!
Jane finished her little girl
I prepped lots of hexies
Surely it’s time for lunch?
and maybe a little stroll. At Gallery 5 Christine’s students put on a wonderful display of their work
and in the town a pop-up shop for quilts!
Watch out if you’re back late for afternoon tea; there’s not much left!
Maree had fun with her free motion embroidery
Nancy Lee finished her “Dilly Bag”
Jane made good headway on the background for her free motion embroidery piece
(Apologies if I’ve missed anyone)
Then all these beautiful creations were packed away, fond farwells said to new friends and old, and a mass exodus of quilters left the delightful township of Clunes…….until next year.
We shall be back!!