Listening to instructions.
Ready, steady, go!
Here is my effort - Gary the gnome. Ready to hang on my Christmas tree in a week or two.
June made ‘green’ parcels using recyclable materials as raffle prizes. Gorgeous!
There was plenty of show and tell. I think people have been using the recent dull days to sew.
This quilt was made by Jacquie from some Dresden Plate wedges which were left over. A great arrangement.
Jacquie also made this quilt for her son. It’s an amalgamation of designs by Sarah Fielke, Monkeybuttons and Pat Sloan. I’m sure he’ll treasure it.
Rocheberie quilters recently had a challenge competition, which was won by our very own Gaynor! Well done!
Paula is in a group where the members all made quilts with different Dresden Plate blocks. There are quite a few different ones.
Chris made this cute quilt at a Stuart Hillard workshop. Such fun.
Here is my entry for the Rocheberie competition. I had great fun making it.
Maria brought some rugby fabric from New Zealand and has used it in this quilt to great effect.
Gina went to a local class an made this quilt which was inspired by Jen Kingwell’s Circle Games. She calls it Coffee and Cream!
Here is a fun Linus quilt.
Jacquie also entered the Rocheberie challenge and won third prize. We are such a talented group!
Chris made this quilt for a family member who asked for a green quilt. I think this fits the bill admirably
Here is Paula’s version of the same quilt as Gina. Don’t they look different!
Maria’s daughter complained that a draught is coming under her door. Not for long, because Mum has made her this stylish draught excluder.
Rose spied a bag of hexagons on the sales table and took pity on them. She has used them creatively in this beautiful Linus quilt.
We won’t be meeting again until January, so I will wish all a very happy Christmas and a healthy and productive New Year!