Sue had got her Turkish Delight lap quilt together. The browns haven't come out so well here, but when you see it, the colours are just like the Fry's chocolate treat! She has chosen a light/dark arrangement for her blocks. This technique is so versatile and there are hundreds of different ways of arranging the blcoks, all of which look fabulous.
Muriel's quilt is a feathered star. Muriel is a member of Flutterwheels, and each member of the group made one block, and then Muriel 'won' all nine blocks (the nineth one is on the back). It's a great way to try out blocks and see if you like them. the memebers of the group found that making one block was sufficient to cure them of ever wanting to make any more. There are certainly too many little half square triangles to make!
I'm assuming that this is Gaynor's sampler quilt - it's certainly in one of her signature colours, which is blue. (In case you're wondering, the other is pink!). Blue and yellow is always such a wonderful combination, and ties this quilt together with its freshness.
Unfortunately there are no more pictures, as Ruth's camera battery ran out at this point! So if you had a masterpiece at show and tell, bring it again to the next meeting, and we'll see what we can do!