07 April 2015

Handwork - Boy oh boy! Are we a handy lot or what! Nothing we can't do really! What's that I hear you say? Yes indeed, I agree... we are just 'Brilliant'! Thank you :-)

 What a pretty pattern this is, I love it Annie.

 I love this one as well... just lovely Becky.

 And this one being knitted by Brenda... I'm loving knitting at the moment.

I can't remember who was knitting this lovely Aran... I do love it though.

 Cath is hand sewing these Clamshells.

 Gillian is sewing a Zig and a Zag!

 Glynis is finishing off these blocks for her sister? sister in law?

 Heather was cutting some of her own fabric and some of Selina's De-Stash fabrics.

Two little blocks finished!

 Irene is crocheting, crocheting and crocheting this masterpiece.

 Jackie's baby bunting and Iggle Piggle blocks, she's working on an Upsy Daisy block on the right. (I know about these strange people, I have lots of Grandchildren!)

 Just look at this!!  So delicate and as fine as lace.  Jean tells me it's very tricky to do because if she's talking and makes a mistake she can't work out how to fix it.

Jenn always has something fantastic on the go.  I love these flowers.

 I also love Jill's fabric choices... this is going to be a Fox Block!

And in a trice... it is a Fox Block!  :-)

Lisa is sewing some wonderfully interesting circles on this just as interesting block!

 Wow!  See how she sews.......   Liz is making great roads with her embroidery!  dare I say it looks almost finished???

Now I wonder where these Hexies are headed...  Interesting, stay tuned, Marilyn is sure to show us more next month.

 Penny using some of Lynne's old Liberty Prints in her Lucy Boston Block.  So pretty.

 Now you have to love this!  Ruth is crocheting 'Rising Suns' for something she's making for an Anzac piece.  Can  you see the 'Rising Suns'?  Very clever.

And lastly, but not leastly,  Selina is working - working - working on the quilt she has entered in the Sydney Quilt Show...  keep going Selina, keep going... you can do it!  :-)  We look forward to the finished product in a month or two.

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