Saturday, 18 June 2022

16 June, 2022

 Hi Everyone,

A busy meeting getting ready for our show. It's not long now! We have missed having our normal round of Quilt Shows to attend. 

Eastwood is next from 15-17 July. Then Hunters Hill with opening night on Thursday 4th August until Sunday 7th August.

Narelle will have the rosters ready next week. Please help by participating. We will need everyone to help.

Show and Tell:

 10 baby quilts from Carolyn. She has now made 425 baby quilts altogether. Pretty amazing.



Baby quilt from Sheila.


Sandy has put together all the blocks from our 2020 Christmas Challenge.


Sandy's "Skull" quilt for a teenage boy. This will be for sale at our show.


Until next time ......



Sunday, 12 June 2022

9 June 2022

 Hi Everyone,

Sad news to start the meeting this week. Robyn Jnst. called me before our meeting to let you all know that her husband had passed away suddenly at the weekend. Many of you will be sending your own condolences and I have sent a card on behalf of the group.

Marie K found in a Quilters Companion No. 58 magazine a pattern and photo of a quilt Carolyn had designed and made. Carolyn was delighted to see it.

Ann set out the blocks for the Ukraine quilt for those who had made a block.

New bunting flowed in. We need about 100 so keep up the good work. Bright colours required and a chance to show off your quilting skills.

We had a show meeting this week. There are now only a few weeks before it all starts.  We covered a great many things. Narelle will have the jobs list for us all to look at this week or next.

I urge everyone to put their names down for as many jobs as they can. With many older members unavailable we will need everyone to pull their weight to help so we will have another successful show.

Also a  reminder to wear your Name Badges at the show.

Show and Tell:

Jenny has put together the blocks made during lockdown. We received so many we can make two quilts and a wall hanging.



Elva is busy knitting these little cover-alls and hats for a South African charity. Apparently many women have nothing to wrap their newborns in when they go home. A clever design with bright happy colours.


A baby quilt from Jane.


It was good to see Lindy this week. Lindy has made this wall hanging for her new home. It will attract much attention from guests I am sure.


We have some very clever sewers in our group. Sue D has made this cute outfit for her granddaughter who lives in the UK. The granddaughter loves owls. Maybe she will become a Harry Potter fan when she is older.

Until next week ....




Sunday, 5 June 2022

June 2, 2022

 Hi Everyone,

We had an enjoyable meeting again this week. The weather has turned colder but the rain has thankfully stopped for a while now.

Grace was busy preparing wagga kits ready for the show. Her whole table helped. A busy group.

We are sending 6 quilts made by Grace and Pamela and a wall hanging from Marie G. to the St George Dementia Unit. We also have 44 fiddle mats ready to go to other aged care facilities.

We are busy working towards our show in August and looking forward to meeting lots of fellow quilters there. Show dates 5-7 August 2022.

Show and Tell:

Some of the 10 baby quilts from Carolyn. Carolyn has a new little puppy now that wants to sit on her lap all the time. She may have to go a little slower making her baby quilts for a while.



Baby quilt from Grace.


Baby quilt from Jane.



Baby quilt from Sheila.



A red quilt from scrap pieces from Grace. So colourful. Grace really loved the way it turned out.



Narelle has finished her 'Truck' wagga. This will be sold at the show. It will make a little boy very happy and warm in this cold weather.



One of Carolyn's baby quilts featuring cicadas. Such fun.



Until next week .....