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Class show and tell

(I think some of my students were on speed this last week, they achieved so much between classes!!) Linda has been sock knitting, just in time for our cooler weatherand she has all but two of her umbrella blocks to … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Morning Jo has her “I’m A Farmer’s Daughter” all together, with the addition of cornerstones and sashingsand together we chose more fabrics, and in order, for her new quiltSue E is back to working on her BOM, “Matilda“Anne-Maree is getting … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Morning Sue E cut more pieces for her quilt (the Welsh Quilt, pattern by Sandra Boyle, Everyday Quilts) Denise started on her borderLeanne has fallen in love with big stitch hand quilting after our last lesson together (yay!!) and she … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Morning Carole had her grandson’s quilt back from being quilted.  Just in time to celebrate the Tigers win in the AFL Grand Final (for those of you not in the know, this is Australian Rules Football and the Richmond Tigers … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

And at Sewn and Quilted…… Morning Marilyn brought in a gorgeous apron that has been made from, we suspect, an old tablecloth and doileys with a bit of Liberty thrown in too, and yes, Marilyn uses it – how gorgeous!in … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

My goodness, it’s been hard to get back into the routine of posting here.  It’s not like I don’t have anything to share, although I haven’t seen my sewing friends for SUCH a long time.  The week before this I … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Morning Leanne has finished her small version of “Carousel” (pattern by Sandra Boyle, Everyday Quilts)and is going to hand quilt it.  In the meantime she’s been working on some new blocks and we had a trial layoutworking out what else … Continue reading

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