Friday, November 17, 2017

Friday already

This week has flown past, I was up in Gisborne Wednesday for hairdressing and also took a friend up to see some of her friends...they have known each other for 30 years so enjoyed a good catch up.
Yesterday I had some happy mail
Unfortunately blogger has decided to put it sideways, but they are 5 minute and 10 minute blocks I am going to have a go at making.
Also in the latest Down Under quilts magazing there is an article about the last Guild Quilt In
It is great to see the article, lots of names I know on the hexie quilt, but also my rotation block, #16 at the top of the page, pretty exciting for me!! Lol!!
I have been painting the Christmas swap blocks
Two to finish off and then the quilting begins.
The past President of the guild asked the committee to make her a block for a quilt to remember her years as President, the theme was the poem I love a Sunburnt Country
Again this is sideways I am sorry, I have painted and quilted the block, I hope Margaret likes it.
The dolls coverlet and the doorway are completed and ready to go to Guild tomorrow.
I had better get organised and take the supervisor for a walk, the whinging is getting louder!!
Happy sewing.


Pamela said...

The week seems to have flown by, but as always you have a lot to show!

Leeanne said...

It's full steam ahead at your place! I think I may have those two books too?!

Fiona said...

so fun to see your block in print.... lovely work and I'm sure the past Pres will be delighted with her block... Your Christmas ones are looking fabulous...

Lin said...

Always good to get new books! and great to see your block in print. I love the block you have done for Margaret. xx

Christine M said...

You've been busy Sue. Your block for Margaret looks great. It's always exciting to see something you have made in a magazine, isn't it!

Helen said...

Great to see your block in the magazine, always a very busy week for you with lots of lovely work.

Ondrea said...

Oooo, you are a magazine celebrity now . Love your block. No doubt you feel a new woman having been to the hairdresser.

Michelle Ridgway said...

That's exciting to see your work in print! Love your Sunburnt Country the poem too. You are making great headway in all your projects. Hope you enjoyed your walk x