Saturday, August 15, 2015

Guild meeting

Any minute now the camera will take the photo...any minute....there it goes!!lol!!
Today we had the AGM at the Guild meeting.......then a short meeting and then a very interesting speaker who told us of her quilt journey...she does the most AMAZING quilting and art quilts.....
this one has appliqué, painted fabric, hand sewing, I can;t remember the other methods I am sorry, but it has tiny,tiny quilting all over the black....just beautiful....


amazing detail in the flower, stitches and beads....
just a little of the show and tell today...

how is this...painted and quilted....

another of the speakers quilts..
on the way home I drove out to Point Henry...never been out there before, it is where the closed Alcoa smelter is...and of course I looked for a few geocaches....
..very calm and peaceful out here today.....while following this track and looking out at the water I tripped over some metal lying across the track...one minute walking along, the next lying in the grass!! Very elegant!!! lol!! NOT!!! Luckily no one else was around.....

...at the point there were hundreds of these shells....I never knew they cam in so many different colours..... 

..must be home time, the sun is going down....

wharf at the end of Point Henry...

...really is time to go home now!!!
Happy sewing!





6 comments:

shez said...

Hi Sue such lovely pics,love the one of you and Tracee,and i hope you didnt hurt yourself when you fell over.xx

Raewyn said...

Sounds like guild was great and inspiring ... neat exploring on your way home and beautiful photos of the sunset. Interesting to see Kina shells in Australia!

Leeanne said...

Love the photo's of the sun setting and the colourful Kina shells, natures never leaves us bored with it's offerings. BEAUTIFUL quilts! Happy sunny day to you.

Jo said...

Lovely photos... Bot you get around. It was lovely of Tracee to go along to the guild meeting too

Willsquiltnsew said...

Looks like it was another wonderful day!

Elyte said...

Glad you didn't hurt yourself when you fell. Love your photo of the shells - the colours could be the beginnings of a seaside themed quilt done in beautiful batiks.