I forgot to take a photo early on but this was my progress on the Dignity Quilt for the Guild.
Sue J had her Japanese quilt all set out ready to sew.
Margaret finished her first block on a maze quilt..this took a lot of working out
decorations near the cutting table
More decorations on the wall
Lesley made her first butterfly block, it needs a body but that will come later
Lesley was also adding borders to her Kissing Fish quilt
progress, I had to remake two blocks, they had slipped thru Robyn's and my quality control the week before!!
Angela was making New York Beauty blocks..
Tuesday morning the Dignity Quilt top is finished!!
Sue is making great progress
a few more butterflies have arrived
the first of the next four blocks is done by Margaret.
Carleen and I went out to do a spot of geocaching...is a good way to clear the head and return fresh to sew some more! I did have to scramble up a bank and got stuck coming back down, but eventually found my way!! Sometimes I forget my age!!
this beautiful Swoon quilt decorates one wall
we could choose a pillow from the Buffet!!
Angela was working on this quilt as well as the New York Beauty blocks...another border was being created
Tuesday I started work on Shane
the girls were working away
Sue J finished her quilt top.
Margaret finished her blocks,
and then put on the final borders..isn't it an amazing quilt!!
We had a late night visitor!!
I was really happy with the progress I made with the mosaic pictures
Carleen was doing some work on her Japanese lady
Thursday morning found Carleen and I in the Gisborne Botanic gardens looking for another cache, and yes we found it!!
We also paid a visit to Mary at Patch n Quilt
she has a beautiful shop and there is so much to look at!
The girls at the other end of the table, creating!!
Sue J moved on to some interesting paper pieced blocks
Our final lunch together
On Thursday morning Margaret put together this quilt top with blocks Angela had cut ready to go.
On the way home Carleen and I stopped to find two geocaches in Bacchus Marsh, it made a good break to the journey.
Are you still with me???? Hope I haven't put you to sleep!!
We had a great few days.
Today was Geelong Guild Day and our speaker was Michelle de Groot. She spoke about her quilting journey and showed us some beautiful quilts, sadly I left the camera at home!!
Tomorrow I am back to Barwon heads and the Seachange Quilters exhibition..I have duties to do!!