|Thanks Gerri (the new owner of Cottage Quiltworks) |
and Annette for making us so welcome
|Elaine W is hand quilting the first of two similar Millefiori |
(pattern by Sarah Fielke, Hand Quilted with Love) for her
little granddaughters in preparation for their return to
Australia to live just after Christmas. The background
fabric is a beautiful lemon yellow linen.
|Helen's large collection of hexagon are being tamed by monthly |
classes with Margaret Sampson George at Cottage Quiltworks
|Miriam's applique is being worked on a beautiful piece of linen |
given to her by her husband's 96 year old grandmother
|Phyl has a number of works in progress (how odd!) - |
this one is Candied Hexagons, using many of the
Kaffe Fasset large scale prints in Phyl's stash.
|Another of Phyl's works in progress - she was showing us the |
blue with white spot for the next border. Great choice!
|A recent finish for Phyl - it all started with the |
sashiko panel in the centre.
|Phyl attended a 'borders; workshop with Margaret Sampson George, |
starting with just the small appliqued Celtic knot block in the centre
- she says it has been 'Margrified', and it certainly and wonderfully has!
|We put together a delicious lunch to share - it was all lovely, |
but Geoff W's smoked salmon crepe rolls probably took the prize.
Thanks Geoff - has Elaine mentioned that we have a Christmas
lunch to cater for in a few weeks?
Thanks for organising a lovely day, Louise.