FAT QUARTER LADY
Once again we had a lovely visit from Lyn Buttfield, the Fat Quarter Lady. She has some beautiful fabrics on display, and I am sure we all spent more than we should have!!
All set up, ready to go
Lull before the storm!
Some of Lyn's kits on display
FEBRUARY SHOW AND TELL
Kailidoscope Raffle quilt, finished being quilted by Tricia, beautiful!
Ronda has made a bright charity quilt, as welll as a soft pink and green one, well done!
Jan has finished off her Poppy quilt, which she stared 12 months ago, beautiful!
Wall hanging by Jan
Glenda and her Cup of Tea for Two quilt
Rosina and her hexagon bag, well done too!!
Roxanne and her charity quilt top in browns and creams, lovely work!
Judy Collins brought in her Friendship Quilt to show the new people what can be done
Betty and her Hexagon bag, they must be breeding in here!!!
Judy Russell made this quilt with all her grand-children's names on it
Ann with a friendship quilt
Ann with some bags she has made for family (Can we call her the Bag Lady now???)
Well done Ann!
After the meeting, we had the usual Show and Tell. I also took a photo of the lovely ladies that helped me knit 125 Anzac poppies for my brother's RSL in Upwey, Melbourne. As we had a quick trip over for his 70th birthday last weekend, I took the opportunity to take them over with me. He was gobsmacked, and most appreciative.
I was a little worried at one point, as he could not find them on the Monday, after imbibing a little too much merriment on Sunday. But after a frantic search before rubbish day, they were found stored safely in the RSL's Museum. Phew!!
So a big thank you to the following ladies, Fiona, Ronda, Sonia, Alvis and Jan, and little old me!