07 February 2009

Southern Cross Quilters enjoying the day at The Blue Gum in Waitara.

28 of us here today... Pennie from Turramurra, Penny from Pymble, Irene from Pymble, Jan from Turramurra, Gay from Romsey. UK, Robyn from Pymble, Lyn from St Ives, Kerry-Ann from Gorokan, Kath from Minchinbury, Elizabeth from Hornsby, Simone and Baby Grace from Hornsby, Christine from Bathurst, Lisa from Kareela, Jean from Terrigal, Erica from Parramatta, Heather from Thornleigh, Irene from I've forgotten but I hope she will remind me so I can correct, Kate from near Camden, Ros from Padstow, Liz from Denistone, Mandy from Ryde, Sue from Kings Langley, Bec from Ryde, Lyn from Waitara, Glynis from Berowra, Jill from Thornleigh and Marilyn from Bungan.
So you see we do come from far and wide.
I have another Guessing Competition... scroll down through the photos below to find it...
Some of us bought our Double Delight Mystery quilts or blocks... all agree that we love them and all of us agree that it was mind numbing work but well worth it. Some SCQuilters who couldn't make it to the Blue Gum sent photos which I have included. Enjoy... cheers Pennie

P.S. Comment from Bonnie... Thank you so much for sending the link to your blog! I am SO SO SO impressed with the quilts!Please tell the ladies that I saw them, and I love them each and every one! (And yes, sometimes mind numbing is WORTH IT! *LOL*)In Stitches ---Bonnie

5 comments:

Jane said...

KerrieAnn from Gorokan
is my guess.

Pennie and David said...

No... sorry Jane.

Lindi said...

I'm almost scared to say this in case I'm right - Jill from Thornleigh.

Di said...

Hi Pennie, Sadly had to miss this gathering because I was in isolation in St Vincents with shingles in my head and eye AND chicken pox (go figure?) for 10 days. Double Delight still a WIP and no sewing being done - or blogging (people must think I've dropped off the edge of the earth!) - as I still have a horrendous headache and am on opiates to control pain. Hope to return to normal soon but Dr says it could take a while. Looks like I missed a fab day. See you soon, Di

Cybele's patch said...

Found this blog through Pennie's blog (The Great Hexagon Quilt Along)The posting brings back sweet memories while reading the name of the places you live in. Way back last century we lived in St. Ives for 4 years and I have been and seen many of the suburbs. I'll put this blog in my favorites list. Hope you don't mind me following your adventures.