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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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17unfosin2017 | August

Winter is nearly over and those cold nights in front of the fire have been good for me as it’s been another productive month here at p and c! :: You may have seen that I finished Ma Kettle’s jumper … Continue reading

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Woolly bits class

Well!!  We had a very weather adventurous day on Sunday!  The forecast was for cold and rain; we had blue skies and sunshine, dark skies and rainbows (5 in all over the day), rain, hail, sleet and……snow!!   Yes, it snowed … Continue reading

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Help!

I’ve been doing some Substantial Progress on my 366 Circles and have the initial 192 blocks* finished.  But how do I set them? Once I’d finished I painstakingly sorted them into colour ways and realised that even though there are … Continue reading

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Eliott Stitchers 

Tuesday was Elliott’s – first time I’d been for quite a while and so nice to sit and stitch with these friends.  Before going inside, I enjoyed a stroll in GJ’s garden looking at the Spring blooms.There were a variety … Continue reading

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Circle progress

Before my life was so rudely interrupted by “that virus”, I was working on circles.  Remember them??!! I’d started sorting cut circles and fabrics and matching them to backgroundsthen I cut circles from those fabrics that needed cuttingcircles were then … Continue reading

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Clunes! – part 1

I’m at Clunes partaking in a fabulous four day sewing soujourn, Quiltessentially Clunes, organised by three amazing women, Christine, Judy and Rae. GJ and I came up on Wednesday afternoon, with a little diversion to Ballarat (must remember to show … Continue reading

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