Wednesday, September 16, 2015

12th September 2015

Apologies, our August Blog went into the abyss!

Not to worry, with a couple of us back from various holidays to the far end of the globe there was lots of chatter and some great show & tell this month.

12 Sept 2015 (18)

12 Sept 2015 (14) 12 Sept 2015 (15) 12 Sept 2015 (16)  How gorgeous is this reversible placemat & table runner quilt as you go set whipped up as a gift by Gail for a very lucky friend

12 Sept 2015 (1)These pretty red & blue fabrics are Margaret's purchase from a recent trip to Amsterdam

 12 Sept 2015 (3) This is my hand made 1/4 inch hexi purse, started in Melbourne at AQC in April & finally finished in August. I loved making it & possibly have found a new addiction. Thanks must go to Helen Stubbings of Hugs n Kisses for a great class at AQC.

12 Sept 2015 (4) This little piece is also mine.  Just playing with felt to make a little console mat for my car in my favourite colour.

12 Sept 2015 (5) This little fellow is my key-ring purse. It has a zip to keep some parking meter change in.  A few little finishes for me for a change! I hope you’ve been sitting down for these reveals !!  I know, I’m shocked that I have show n tell too lol

12 Sept 2015 (6) The problem with not updating the blog straight away is that I’ve forgotten who appliqu├ęd these blocks. Sorry!  Margaret’s perhaps?  I had pen & paper with me too……doh!

12 Sept 2015 (7)  Helen has been knitting :)

12 Sept 2015 (9) …..& designed and made this pretty bag

12 Sept 2015 (10) Julie finished a UFO complete with gorgeous quilting. This was a block of the month project a year or 2 ago I believe.

12 Sept 2015 (11) 12 Sept 2015 (12) 12 Sept 2015 (13)  Cynthia is enjoying making a sunbonnet Sue baby quilt which is coming along nicely.

Another lovely lunch was had and some absolutely totally calorie free amazing desserts were enjoyed by a couple of us. No photographic evidence this time, you’ll just have to believe me :)  Better still, join us next time?  Enquires to luv2sewthings@hotmail.com

Until next time,

Happy stitching,

Sharon

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