09 January 2011

Glynis is still working away at these lovely little squares.

Glynis made this quilt using scraps from her stash.

Shirley was up visiting from Melbourne, I'm pretty sure this is her pretty Pointsettia if not could you let me know Shirley... when you get home of course.

Lisa is experimenting with some beautiful hand dyed wools, in this cushion she's used some of her own hand dyed fabric and some of the wools she bought in America... spectacular result isn't it!

Di has her beautiful blocks and the whole quilt together and was hand quilting it yesterday... it's been a while since we've seen the blocks... terrific result eh!

Jean was finishing off this table runner for a friend in America, I liked the runner and I rather liked the skirt as well :-)

1 comment:

Linda said...

Oh how I enjoy seeing everyone's WIPs! It just warms my heart to actually know WHO you're talking about Pennie. I love catching glimpses of a familiar faces, and seeing everyone's lovelies. I dreadfully miss being with you all!

Jean, your skirt is really to-die for! Di's quilt is gorgeous, and I'd love to see her hand-quilting up close. Lisa's wool cushion is smashing. Kath's applique, Lyn's train quilt, Heather's white background kid's quilts, Bec's Winding Ways (I have an unfinished hand-pieced Winding Ways too, Bec. I love mine and am inspired to finish it after seeing yours!), and Marianne's RRCB (How DID you manage to keep up!? I'm only up to step five!), Marilyn's hexie quilt... oh my! You girls can be so proud of the beautiful things you're making! They're inspirational! I wish I could have joined you, but I was among quilters at our church - Hope Quilters - who meet monthly to make mission and donation quilts. Today we worked on bags that will be given to church members diagnosed with breast cancer. Please visit our blog at: http://www.HopeQuilters.blogspot.com.

Hellos to everyone! I'll be watching to see what you show and tell in February. Linda, in Iowa, USA