and was happy with my progress until I realised I had four yellow blocks in a row!!Woops!
So some serious unsewing had to happen, and of course it was on the longest row!! Not much has happened since then, the unsewing is all done, some pinning together has happened, the sewing is yet to be done. Will have to be done soon, hubby is making noises about the mess on the dining table!! :-)
Sunday I went into Geelong to do duty at the Guild Exhibition
it was raining when I went in...but I had a quick look at some of the classic cars that were on display along the waterfront
The Xmas tree is out on the water once again
at night it has coloured lights and music
a nearby pigeon kept an eye on me
I didn't know Geelong was a peace city! You learn something everyday.
this picture was next to the sign above. I thought it was beautiful. Reminds me of a paua shell.
One of the Guild members had some of her antique quilts on show
love the butterfly
This is about the quilt below
shame it was in an op shop. But it has a loving home now.
the lady who owns these has bought them on her trips back to the US to visit family. She has a wonderful collection.
my dolls coverlet in the challenge section.
This amazing quilt is made from second hand shirts and knowing the maker it was probably all sewed by hand. Love it!
On my way back to the car, the sun had come out, the humidity was high, but I got to see some more of the cars on display
love this blue one!
I was really taken with this Mini...I have not seen one this small before...only had two seats! How cute is that? JUst around the corner I could hear motor bikes, so went to have a look and there were two old Indian motorbikes doing a time trial, they sure made a noise when the riders opened up the throttle! Does anyone remember the Fastest Indian movie? I enjoyed that one.
I had better go and visit the sewing machine.