Sunday, March 6, 2011

Show and Tell February

Apologies for taking so long to get this posted.  Hope you enjoy it.


Jane showed us a couple of lovely children's quilts.  Isn't the green and pink one a clever design?

 

Ingrid has been productive with a lovely table runner and her first drunkard's path.


Terri is the proud owner of this - I've take a photo of the back to show the quilting better - very intricate.

 
Terri also made this wallhanging incorporating photos printed onto fabric.

 
Alison has finished her embroidered white and cream quilt that she was working on in retreat last year.  What a stunner!  She also made matching pillowshams.

 
Imogen finished her bargello top in record time.

 
A quilt for kids made by Caroline.  There was another, but that may have been when my camera battery ran out!  Sorry!

 
Jan was the lucky recipient of this gorgeous table runner.  She doesn't know who made it for her - her Patchwork Angel sent it to her!! 


Bia had a beautiful and practical bag to show and the cutest wee wallhanging for dog lovers.

 
We were lucky enough to have Bobbi, a visitor for Australia, show us some beautiful handwork made by the Tentmakers of Cairo.  Bobbi just happens to be friends with Jenny Bowker (!), who let her choose a couple of pieces from her collection.  Click here to read more about the tentmakers, written by Jenny Bowker.

 


And here are two of Bobbi's stunning quilt tops she brought over to show us.  Thanks Bobbi - we much appreciated meeting and listening to you.

This is a sweet wee box made by Ingrid.  We're hoping to persuade her to give us a workshop!


And last but not least - this is a picture of all the blocks members brought in for our 'Guess the Block Name' game.  Steph got the highest number right with 14 out of 32.  Well done!

2 comments:

  1. What a clever bunch! Amazing how hard working out what those block names were.

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  2. OMG... so pretty! I don't think I can pick a favourite.. they are all so wonderful! Well done girls!

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