Our community stash was re-packed this week, after some donations and some fabric selections for works in progress and about-to-be-in-progress. The shelves are once again full. A good day's work - thank you Sue, Sue, Susan, Pat, Dawn, Elaine, Roslyn, Lynette, Julie and Jill.
|Dawn paired some disappearing nine patch blocks with |
construction themed fabric to make this quilt that will
appeal to a little builder.
|Julie made this pretty top from sheeting samples that were |
donated - she also pieced a backing from the samples,
but we persuaded her that she had actually made two tops
and pulled backing fabric for both from a recent donation.
|Sue C was stitching the striped binding on her turquoise |
'leftovers' quilt for a child - it's nearly done. We kept interrupting
her to take these photos. Thanks on both counts Sue.
|Susan M pin basted two quilts and sorted out fabric squares|
for this bright and happy combination.
|Sue's group are happy for us to raffle this very striking quilt at |
our next Biggest Morning Tea for the Cancer Council
- how generous is that?
|There are quite a few Liberty fabrics in this pretty quilt, |
also from Sue's group - it is beautifully soft and snuggly.
We will pass it on to the Donald Coburn Centre on their behalf.
|This gorgeous log cabin will also go to the |
Donald Coburn Centre on behalf of Sue's group.