Sunday, 15 November 2020

No News

 Hi Everyone,

I had no news to report this week. We were a group of 22.  I noticed there was a lot of collaboration between members. Alison helped Beryl with a serpentine quilting pattern. Robyn Jnst has finished adding eyes and noses to the 40 knitted rabbits from Ros. Others sought advice on quilts they were making. And of course lots of laughter and chatting - good for the soul.

However we had lots of Show and Tell:

Baby quilts from Carolyn. Carolyn is bringing 10 in each week as she made so many during lockdown.



Baby quilt from Judy. I made two almost the same from leftover 2 1/2" squares I had, using my favourite 9 patch block.


Sue D.'s granddaughter sewed the strips together for this baby quilt. Sue did the binding. A quilter in the making. She is only 9 years old.


Community quilt from Robyn S.


Alison made this using a pattern from Treehouse Textiles, for her grandson.


An Arkansas Crossroads pattern quilt from Alison. This is for Sylvanvale.


Another baby quilt from Sue's granddaughter.


A cot quilt from Jenny for the Womens' Refuge.


Ann made this pretty quilt for her new granddaughter. 


Bev has finished her knitted shawl. It is an intricate pattern that required over 50 stitch markers. It is so soft and warm. Bev and Helena are wonderful knitters, as is Ann.



Another cot quilt from Jenny from the Womens' Refuge.


A very special bear made by Kerry for her granddaughter. It is so soft with a lovely face. We have such clever ladies in our group. 


Until next week .......

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