Here she is in front of her prize winning Sunburst quilt, which was designed, pieced and hand quilted by her. Since the shape is an oval, all the rays are different shapes, and had to be cut individually! It was worth it for such a fabulous result.
I particularly liked this triangles quilt, which, with its blue background, looked very 19th century. It was supposed to be a sugar quilt. The blue was blue wrappers for sugar cones, and the top row of every set of triangles was white, to represent the white doily on the edge of the shelf. Lovely.
Doreen showed this lovely table runner. She loved the subtle greens, but felt it lacked something (don't ask me why!) She's pointing to some painted spirals which echo the fabric design, and add a unifying touch.
Ruth had been busy making a Linus quilt - how sunny and cheery is that!
She had also been busy making maple leaves to take as a present to a relative in Canada, no less! What a fabulous gift!