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Weekend classes – part 2

Sunday was Woolly Bits Day at Millrose with Lizzie. And there was no travelling up the highway for us; just a roll out of bed, shower and dress, short stroll to the cafe for brekky, then next door for class. … Continue reading

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Weekend classes – part 1

I indulged myself over the weekend by attending not just one, but two classes at Millrose, and even though GJ wasn’t participating in Saturday’s class, good friend that she is she accompanied me, and we also organised to stay the … Continue reading

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A very Millrose weekend

I’m just back from a wonderfully creative weekend at Millrose. From Friday mid-morning until Sunday mid-afternoon, the house was a hive of activity! Amanda played with Drunkard’s Path blocks cut out these fabrics to make these bags and stitched this … Continue reading

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Woolly Bits Sunday

It was a very intimate Woolly Bits Sunday with only three of us plus Lizzie up at Millrose; we missed the rest of you! Jan was working on some circles for a new project I can’t show you Lynne’s as … Continue reading

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Last Sunday

This week has flown by again and I’m so behind in sharing with you……… Last Sunday a bunch of us travelled up the highway to Millrose to see the Red Cross Exhibition. The quilts and effects on display over that … Continue reading

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Busy this weekend?

If you’re around the Ballarat area this weekend, take the time to go to Ballan to see the exhibition below Details are here It’s not far from Melbourne or Geelong, and will be a great day out, with a gorgeous … Continue reading

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Woolly Bits Sunday

On Friday and Saturday, the Millrose team had hosted Kaffe and Brandon for some lectures. The shop was festooned with quilts made by students from previous classes or from Kaffe’s books, or just using Kaffe’s fabrics. including this one of … Continue reading

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