Lyn is starting on her version of the 'Mayflowers' quilt by Joanne Ridley from her book 'Jelly Roll Inspirations'. Many of our group have made their version of this captivating quilt, a number of which were on display at our 2013 Quilt Show.
Pat is busily cutting Drunkards Path pieces from solid yardage in assorted colours, the background is a lovely soft grey, not lilac as is showing in the pic, in fact all the colours are a whole lot nicer than in the pic...it's a lighting thing..? Pat explained the 'quilt to be' layout, can't wait to see more as it progresses.
Courtney, with tutoring from Mary, is piecing 2" scrappy squares to create one of those lovely Scottie dog toys.
Sandy is onto another block from her 'Sweet Daisy Dreams', a Robert Kaufman pattern.
Julie bought along her Hardanger piece, she has been working on it intermittently for a while now, and completion is just about within touching distance.
Marguerite has almost finished her version of 'Leanne's House' , naming her quilt 'Happy Days' and using vibrant colours for another take on this wonderful pattern. Marguerite bought her sandwich along to get a little help with the pinning. Now, just gotta quilt and bind it, oh yeah, and label it
Now Wendy has been doing the whole 'one armed paper hanger' thing....being as busy as, she purchased this cupboard, padded up a larger piece of timber and created a large ironing surface, she then got her darling to create this gizmo and attach it to the cupboards side...
Guessing there will be a few requests being made to some Darlings over this one.
Wendy has created this adorable wall hanging for the Easter Fair. Just finishing up the binding.
The fabrics are very similar to the ones in this quilt, a pic Wendy just happened to have on her new ipad.
Sheila presented Wendy with one of our coveted 'Stars' for assembling our wonderful second prize raffle quilt "Cream Fantasy'
Beautiful, yes? and no, there is no difference in the creams, again, it's a lighting thing...or a camera thing, but never the photographer...
In an attempt to show off the fab candlewicking here it is in a Black and White shot