Evidence Cheryl with her completed stunner.
well, challenge accepted and done.
Cheryl used a pre-quilted muslin, like in the pic above, as a liner/base behind the front of the doona cover, and completed the envelope using velcro tabs.
Soon to be winging it's way down to Victoria along with some complementary pillow cases and cushions to make one D.D. a very happy lassie.
25 gals accepted the Lyn Ballinger Challenge this year, an array of concepts produced this great display. The Challenge winner will be announced at our Luncheon next Wednesday.
Patchwork Angel for the prize vouchers.
The Fabric Arts group has once again welcomed us into their wonderful exhibition to display our challenge. The Atrium is a glorious jumble of colour.
A challenge involving masks
There was a very special birthday this week, Inge marked her 85th. with a yummy chocolate mud cake. Congratulations Inge.
Ankie had a geometric challenge to share with us, again, created without a pattern. Ankie used a selection of her scrap black & white fabrics with oranges, browns and yellows in graduated colours, getting lots of visual movement in her quilt by alternating the geese directions.
Ankie will be leaving us shortly to return home, she has enjoyed visiting with us as we have enjoyed having her company.
Karen bought a flimsey in to share and get a little 'wadda you think' input about borders. Teddy stitcheries bordered with some beautiful fabrics but just take a peek at the ric-rac, yep, tiny little embroidered french knots line the ric rac, and those 3-dimensional little flowers? formed with tinsy pieces of merino felt and stitches.
Courtney continues with her second table runner, this pretty one will be gifted.
Michelle also attends the Thursday night group and sent in a couple of pics and a story. Thanks Michelle.
Leanne with her beautiful shades of blue patches. Leanne made the quilt for her son in Darwin. The quilt was machine quilted by Latitia another member of the Thursday night group.