05 March 2011

Another lovely day spent at the Pub!!

 Isn't this a little beauty...  In England there is one very special little Grandboy just waiting to meet Lyn W., he doesn't know he's getting  this wonderful train quilt yet!  But won't he just love it!
I love it as well :-)

Below is a quick 'I Spy' Lyn W. is giving to a friends child.

I think this quilt below is a really Funky Erica!

Dianne has finished her Bedford Quilt ... we still love the pattern of this quilt and are looking forward to Bedford's new fund raising Mystery Quilt.   Check out the Bedford Group here.
 Erica was putting the finishing touches to this little beauty!

And below Marianne showed us her Bonnie K Hunter 'Star Struck' in a different colour way from the last 'Star Struck' she made... check it out further down this blog on January 9th 2011.

 Above is an old quilt top I made about 12 years ago, it's been at the bottom of my ever growing UFO pile of tops all that time but I've almost finished it now and I'm going to give it to the very beautiful Vilma!    Vilma is Nanny to my three wonderful Grandchildren in Macao, she is Filipino and not only looks after my grandchildren beautifully she also looks after their parents just as beautifully... It wasn't till this quilt was almost finished in Liuxin's quilting machine that I noticed one of the blocks is the wrong way around!  Well if it's survived all these years without self distructing because of an error, I guess it can live plenty more  LOL

Below is my Bonnie K Hunter... Roll, Roll Cotton Boll... another UFO top to add to my pile :-)

Marilyn's wonderful Circle!   Actually I think it's about time I put my Wedge Ruler to use again! I love this quilt.
 Above is Heather's lovely soft baby quilt.

Below are Lyn A's Hexagons... they keep growing and growing in the most wonderful way don't they...

We were honoured today to have Lyn A's oldest Grandaughter with us, she was busy sewing her Softball badges onto her blanket... Sophie tells me she has 21 badges, so I've asked her to come back when she's sewn them all on so we can see the blanket finished.

Robbie making these lovely circles for her next quilt.

Marilyn and her box full of Suffolk Puffs.

Above... Liz with her Aussie Blocks and below two of her 10, yes that's TEN boxes of threads... only five of them are DMC threads... says Liz!!  She doesn't have much of a stash of fabric, just one awful lot of threads!

Dianne, Marianne and Kate.

Lyn A. front left, then to her right is Bec... who is often on the 'Treadmill of Torture' she tells us on Facebook... I did think this announcement was a game, but no it's for real and you have to agree Bec is looking pretty good after all that Torture!  :-)  Then Irene and Kath.

Claire and Heather.