After the astounding success of Letitia's Trunk Show last month, the Thursday night girls have decided to make it a monthly affair, working through their gathering alphabetically. Tonight it is Fiona's turn and just how, I hear you ask, is it possible that you can view Fiona's goodies almost at the same time as the group?. Well, Fiona being a lovely lass agreed to arrive early and give your humble blogger an opportunity to photograph her quilts using the flash. Don't usually use a flash, it is rather disconcerting when one is presenting goodies to continually be flashed.
This sample quilt is Fiona's oldest intact quilt, she reckons on it being between 16 - 18 years old, and spends its life in the family caravan. Fiona mentioned that she is planning on updating the Caravan quilts- yes plural - as she needs to get rid of some scraps from her workroom.
blue and white Lone Star along to Show and Tell.
And just to show us why it is a tad hard for a working Mum to finish her quilts (as if we didn't know -vbg)
Fiona also bought along this beauty that she has just finished quilting for a client.
Quilting Fairy' and she can be contacted on 0419713644 or via her Quilting Fairy blog.
Fiona has just returned from doing some rather intricate classes with Sue Ross at Precious Time in Toowoomba. Sue travels to Toowoomba on a regular basis to teach.
And so ends Trunk Show number 2, looking forward to next month already.
Pinched a pic of this beauty being sandwiched, couldn't resist, fell in love with the appliqued Kimono's in the border. This is going to be another stunner!