As a group, we ladies at the hall love a
challenge. Mine for this year (and should be
fore ever) to use up scraps. This doesn't
always work well for me. I start with a
bag of scraps, cut up and use some, then
there seems to be a bigger pile. Some of
the ladies are knitting hats, for the smoothies.
Others are playing with the Accuquilt we
have bought. Lovely flying geese and hearts
dies. Charity play mats and quilts being made
and any left overs we donate to a recycling
group in Fenton. The days start with lots
of chatter and new ideas, then we start to
play. Such a privilege to sew with friends.
|Jenny has made this play mat for charity.|
The fabric is so colourful any kiddie
will love it.
|This is one of 2 quilts made by Annette.|
They are to be sent to USA for a niece.
They have been quilted at the
Trading post at Woore, So beautiful
and reasonably priced for a special
|Another of Annette's quilts, so cute with|
the dollies and cakes, typical 50's prints.
I remember having a doll like these,
I think they were called Cupie dolls.
|With another visit to the far east due Chris|
is busy sewing a size chart for Baby Thea.
She quickly pinned and bagged it. Then
started to quilt it. a very "in" print with
the lovely Foxes and Owls.
|Irene has made this raw edge quilt. It was|
cut on her new Accuquilt machine. All the
edges are about a 1/4 in tiny cuts, when
washed they will become Chenille type fabric.
|More of the hats, Beryl and Marissabel were|
making these, Then Marissabel continued to
quilt her lovely fishy quilt. Sorry I didn't get
a pic , I will this week.
|Iv'e read that many celebrities hang|
upside down to relieve stress, not one I
will attempt .