Here she is with one of her favourite blue 'quilts'. (As she explained, the tentmakers don't actually make quilts, as they are not wadded, but look very much like quilts to the untrained eye!)
Since the meeting was in the queen's jubilee month, we had bubbly and cake to celebrate. Thanks to Di for organising that so well.
I was first with the show and tell, and showed my latest Flutterwheels scrap challenge of Granny Squares. Those of us old enough will remember crocheted granny squares from the 60s, and this is the quilted example. It wa sgreat fun to make, and I love the result.
Here is Ruth's Jacob's Ladder quilt. This is the pattern for the beginners' workshop in the autumn. It's made of four patches and half square triangles, so is pretty straightforward to make. there are still places on the workshop if anyone is interested.
And the final show and tell is a Project Linus donation from Jan. She had bought a quantity of ice cream fabric, and this is the last of it in a rail fence design. Looks great to me.
We were lucky enough to secure Barbara for a workshop, so look out for photos of that to follow.