Tag Archives: embroidery

Class show and tell

Another double class show and tell, today’s from the quilt shop…… Lois has stitched up the blocks she cut out last timeand so she started piecing the next sectionSue M had appliqued the blocks we’d chosen fabrics for last time … Continue reading

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Woolly bits Sunday

On a bleak, wet and cold day (a hangover from Saturday’s wintry weather), I headed up the highway to Millrose, slowing down at seemingly regular intervals for interminable road works!  I eventually made it thinking I would be the last … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Double class this week, so this first lot is from the quilt shop class. Jennifer has joined the quilt shop’s 2019 BOM which is the Tula Pink 100 blocks quilt, so we worked out which fabrics belonged to which blocks … Continue reading

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Mid-century modern flowers

As you may remember, I’m participating in the QAL held by Cecile and Bea the theme for which is “Flowers”. I put the last of the embroidery stitches on my blocks on Sunday evening (just a little late!) and here … Continue reading

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Squealers

It was Squealer time over the weekend and on a very, very hot day we gathered at Karen’s cool, air-conditioned home and had fun! Of course there was food for afternoon tea (or lunch for those who hadn’t had any!)and … Continue reading

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Woolly Bits Sunday

It was our first Woolly Bits Sunday class for the year at Millrose but only two of the group were doing Woolly Bits and I can’t show you what they were doing ’cause it’s still under wraps! As for the … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Now for class at Sewn and Quilted…… Morning Jo has started putting her second “Carousel” together (pattern by everyday quilts)and we chose some fabrics, and she started cutting out diamonds for “Stargazey” (pattern by everyday quilts)Marilyn has these two gorgeous … Continue reading

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