|Lynne, Judy, Me & Sofie|
|A Quilt Angel showing the label for my AWS|
... and Judy had her 'Bunny Love'.
The photos are a bit dull because of the low lighting. It was great to be able to share the thrill of having your own quilt on display. Judy and I also spent some time volunteering on the Applique Guild table, it was nice getting to know some of the committee members and giving impromptu applique demonstrations.
Then it was back to Judy's and a case of 'Occupy the Dining Table!'
It's amazing how we can manage to keep track of what belongs to who.
There was the usual Show and Tell so we could see what everyone had been working on.
I had finished a block for Judy's quilt.
|Block #25 by Carole for Judy's AWS|
|Judy's Block #23|
|Judy's Block #15 (cute house!)|
|Judy's Block #22|
|Judy's own design|
Can you spot the original block?
|Sofie's Block #19|
|Sofie's Block #16 (broderie perse re-worked)|
|Sofie's Block #18 (another one with broderie perse re-worked)|
Judy and Sophie have been setting a cracking pace it and will be a close run thing as to who will be the next to finish. Then again, Lynne has just commenced some well deserved long service leave so who will it be????
|Lynne's Block #25|
|Lynne's cute siticheries for a baby quilt.|
Our favourite thing is to help each other select fabrics for the next blocks.
Sofie wants me to renovate her Block #5 as she no longer liked some of the fabric choices - this will be my homework.
Then it was down to the business of actually sewing (wearing the G'nT uniform of flanellete pjs of course).
This time we also watched the movie The Making of an American Quilt. This could be our new tradition watching a movie that includes quilts. Any suggestions? I'm thinking Stepmom or the The Descendants - George Clooney and a fabulous Hawaiian quilt, what more could you want?!
Til next time.