As a bit of a change from the blue and black, Christine ventured into the world of the vibrant with this bright quilt,
Sadie, back from some time away bought in her flimsey from the Tessellation workshop she started with Val, soft apricot in the blocks is echoed in the border print fabric.
Caitti made good use of the Q.A.Y.G. demonstration that Beryl shared with us last week, creating her own version of the Q.A.Y.G. table runner,
Spied this rather unusual piece being worked on, just a little peek at a WIP,
Fran, famous for her one quilt every 10 years philosophy, started this beauty in Val's first Tessellation workshop, she finished the blocks at home, but assembled the flimsey at our Retreat and has since had it
The show and tell table had quite a collection of Christmas goodies, they are all samples of what we will be working on in our upcoming mini Retreat,
Caity has been off to the Op-Shop, and found this little cutie, an embroidered linnen drawstring bag, cost her the princely sum of $1, don't you just love a bargain??
There is a matching book mark in the making as well,........ just picture it, lounging back reading a book with a beautiful marker to keep your place, sipping a pleasant cup of tea from the finest china, munching on the tinsiest little cake or pastry and helping yourself to a napkin from this beautiful napkin holder....Bliss!!
Well, its a girly-er (is that a word??) scenario than the actuality, trying to peer around a cat that has just discovered that sitting on the computer desk and snuffling into your coffee is really quite rewarding....it really makes the hooman snitty!
Arvo tea was Mud Cake, Ginger Spoges and choc bikkies, all on pretty plates on a white cloth.