Another month, another meeting. Thanks to all who rose to the challenge and brought along their disastrous and not so disastrous show and tell. So strictly in alphabetical order…
Disaster number one… too bland and badly quilted… by me.
Disaster number 2… was so busy making the journal cover that I forgot to line the front bit up straight.
Not a disaster. The quilt I was putting a binding on at the time.
Also not disasters…Janet’s feathers…
…and two quilt tops.
This one, believe it or not was disaster 3. The problem… yellow pounce chalk that wouldn’t come out.
These were Julie’s quilt as you go blocks. Not a disaster, but much discussion was had about the various different ways of joining the blocks.
Disaster 4 was Julie’s smocking. Because it was created too close to the edge to attach to anything. Thankfully a disaster no more, as Maureen was able to demonstrate a way of fixing a border too it.
Two more non-disasters from Julie. Some mounted blocks and a wall hanging.
Disaster 5 was Kayt’s cross stitch which ran out of room for the rest of the alphabet.
Followed by her brilliantly quilted and non-disastrous 3-6-9 quilt.
Margaret F’s table runner.
Two quilts by Margaret. This one from a workshop with Lisa Walton.
And…this one, made as a memento of a trip to Tibet.
Followed by Margaret’s Mum Maureen, who showed off her beautiful wall hanging made from quilt as you go hexagons.
Sonya showed off this beautiful crocheted rug she had bought at the Antiques and collectibles fair.
As well as this incredible embroidery she was working on.
Hope to see you all next time.