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Pannier – week 4

Thank you Darling Peeps for all your wonderful comments, suggestions and ideas for getting over my half-missing-mojo.  I’ve tried quite a few of them including something new (see below), reading (always enjoy that), forgetting all about it and lounging around … Continue reading

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A Friday class

Yesterday GJ and I headed down the freeway to Treehouse Textiles to take part in a class, with Di from Verandah Crafts as our tutor.  Something new and different! As we were a little early we stopped for a coffee … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Just a show and tell from the quilt shop in Eltham at the beginning of this month. Sue brought in the quilt that she made several years agoand it’s the left overs from this quilt that she has been using … Continue reading

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Woolly bits class

I don’t know what it is about the place, and I know I’ve said it before, but going to Millrose is a balm to the souland it may just have a little something to do with my fellow classmates too, … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

And now for Thursday’s show and tell at Sewn and Quilted. Morning Sue E finished the first block of her “Matilda” BOM, with just the hexagons to applique into placeMarilyn was working on her next border for “Carousel” (pattern by … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Time for double show and tell again.  Today it’s this past week’s class at the quilt shop. Look what Denise has achieved!Having seen this on (I think) Instagram, Denise thought she’d give it a go too.  If anyone knows who … Continue reading

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A trip to Ma Kettle

I’m just back from spending a few days with Ma Kettle, seeing how she’s settling in and checking out the improvements/changes made to her new abode. It wasn’t totally altruistic; I did have to go via Millrose as I was … Continue reading

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