Here she is in front of one of her fabulous pieces - lots of lime green, what's not to like!
Her contemporary pieces attracted a lot of attention, and were well worth a close inspection.
Despite the fact that June has recently had a back operation and is still recuperating, she managed to come and run the raffle (with a little help from her son!) and this month's theme was the lily pond, complete with chocolate frog! Thank you, June.
Show and tell started with this lovely quilt, probably for someone called ..... Alex?
Jan wanted to try out this scallop stitch on her machine, to see if it was good for quilting. I would say a very successful outcome!
Last month Linda Forey ran a workshop on New York Beauty which was very much enjoyed. Here is one of the results.
Here is a New York Beauty bag.
And Maria used her blocks for the front of a block book,
And the back of a block book.
This Liz's quilt which she entered into Uttoxeter. (I voted it my favourite quilt in the show, but I don't think it won. Shame. )
This scrap quilt was made from strips and strings. Lovely.
Paula used much the same technique to make this Linus quilt. I love the quilting in the borders.
And here is a blue version of the same design.
Jacquie made these flower blocks quilt as you go.
This is the back to prove it.
I made these cute dollies. They are multicultural and all shapes and sizes. No discrimination in this quilt! They were fun to make.
This design was chosen 'because it was quick'! Apparently the pieces were bought ready cut, as the maker thought this would speed things up. Unfortunately the accuracy of the pieces left much to be desired, and lead to a fair amount of unpicking and fudging, making the whole thing not as speedy as had been hoped. Still, the final result is gorgeous, so all's well that ends well!
And lastly, here's Chris's beautiful daisy quilt. Looks perfect on the blue background. Well done, all.