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Class show and tell

From last week……. Morning Sue W had made all her blocks during the weekand after laying them out she stitched them togetherand we chose a border and that went on and it’s now gone to be quilted! Denise chose some … Continue reading

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Woolly bits Sunday

It was our first time back for Woolly Bits at Millrose for this year (as I was leaving home the moon was still outand a spider had been very busy overnight weaving this web between the carport and the Silver … Continue reading

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Class Show and Tell

Classes started back last week.  Yes, a whole week ago!  February has started with a BANG and I’m way behind the eight ball, but I shall endeavour to catch up. Morning Jo came back to class to be greeted with … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Morning Sue W had made all her Christmas Tree blocksso she sashed them and started joining them to her tree fabricJo has finished her hexagon quilt topSue W bought some lovely fabrics (we just won’t talk about what she’s having … Continue reading

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A woolly bits weekend

As is our tradition, our last Woolly Bits class for the year is actually a weekend at the glorious Mill House Retreat.  Not much was done in the way of woolly bits, but we did get lots achieved. The call … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Morning What could be in Marilyn’s gorgeous case?Lots of circles, in fact enough for two quilts!  And she worked on more in classFernanda stayed all day and showed off a shirt she made during the week (I recognise that fabric!)and … Continue reading

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Class show and tell

Morning Jo has finished making the blocks and put them together for her new grandson’s quiltand together we mitred the corners for her hexagon quiltMarilyn’s “Carousel” (pattern by Sandra Boyle, Everyday Quilts) is back from being quilted and looks stunning!  … Continue reading

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