Pennie's two Hexagons... This Grandmothers Flower Garden I bought as an original 1930's top, some of the fabrics were rotted so I repaired the top and have been hand quilting it forever and ever... but not very often, which could be the reason for the delay. In the meantime I needed some handwork for a 6 month overseas holiday so...
... I started this similar but different 1930's quilt below, I would like it to be the same size as the one above but keep getting bored so keep adding a different border...
this was the only quilt at the Blue Gum today.
Jean was under a lot of pressure today, I wanted her to finish this little block so I could take a photo of it and wouldn't let her catch her train till she had finished!! Hurray! isn't it a real cutie! and so well matched up.
Ros got a lot of work done on this lovely Sashiko which is a pattern bought on that recent SCQuilters Retreat Shopping Spree!
Ros made these two blocks in the Lyn Hewitt class down in Kiama last weekend.
Quilt Number 5.
Quilt Number 6.