Friday, March 22, 2013

Thursday night...

There was a lovely buzz on Thursday night with lots going on.
Marlene had made up all the Christmas trees for the next Christmas fair - the donation from the Thursday group.

June bought along her quilts for the workshop she was teaching.
June's workshops are always fun and productive.

Jane's sewing machine - a Bernina - was bought in 1966 by her mother - still going strong!

Jules was very, very excited with her block made on the night.

Sue - aka the "Bag Lady" had a new sewing bag - such gorgeous fabric.

Sue is also working on a 1/2" hexagon quilt. All neatly stored in compartments..................

Jenny's vintage bag/box needed some repair work - Letitia's advise was needed.

"Camelot" block by Judy is looking great.

Hand piecing was Fiona's project - looking good on her chest???

Letitia machine quilted Debbie's little Trip-around-quilt.

Libby's workbox stayed like this the entire night - she was "there for the company". She was on supper duty too.

Till next week.


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