Here is Heather (on the right) after her talk. I didn't manage to get any shots of her work, as people were crowded round it!
June had a fun summer raffle, with more sunbathers relaxing on towels.
There was plenty of show and tell, given that the summer weather usually encourages people to spend more time in their gardens than at their sewing machines.
Here is one of the quilts made at the Christine Porter workshop. Great colour choices.
He are the fruits of another workshop, this time with Colourisious. The centre piece is the intended one, with the other two made from the wiping up cloths! How clever is that!
This quilt is from yet another workshop! It's the sample piece from a workshop on using the different feet on your machine. This sounds to me like workshop we could have at Piecemakers - I for one would be interested in that.
A fabulous baby quilt, so bright, colourful and educational.
And here is the back!
Japanese folded patchwork made by Ann for a guesthouse called Shepherd's Rest, and the little patterned squares actually have sheep on. Perfect.
One of Chris's relatives said, 'if you ever have a spare quilt, I'd like one.' Well, you can't let a request like that go by! This fabulous design is by Keepsake Quilting, and will certainly delight.
Another Japanese folded patchwork quilt. Very different, but equally gorgeous.
Jan made this bag from a pattern in one of the British patchwork magazines. Looks very useful.
Another Christine Porter quilt, this time in subtle colours. Lovely.
Piecemakers don't meet in August, so I hope everyone has a great summer, and finds time to finish their quilts from the exhibition, and carry on with their challenge items for our fifteenth anniversary in October.