05 May 2018

Just what you've been waiting for... some Stunning Show and Tell.

 Jill's lovely bright quilt.

 Jennifer made this Hexagon quilt using some old Doilies, what fun eh!

Rita's Black and White quilt, made for a family member.

Maureen made this stunning quilt using fabrics she bought while traveling in the Northern Territory.

Some wonderful Handwork and some wolderful Dilly Bags.

Joy's stunning bag.

Robyn is making a smaller quilt than usual, using these funky fabrics.

Robyn's lovely Dilly Bag.

Jackie is making this quilt using pictures from one of her daughters favourite books which is 'Guess how much I love you',  the daughter received this book when she was 4 years old, she is now in her 20's.
Bottom left is the book and some of the blocks already made.

This little Dilly Bag belongs to Jennifer, as does the needle case.

Lesley is knitting this beanie, looks rather warm and comfortable doesn't it.

Jennifer putting the binding on her Hexagon/Doily quilt.

Jill's wonderful needle cushion.

Joy's Hexagon block.

This looks stuning doesn't it, Maureen was hand quilting.

I was told that you have seen this before.....  do you remember who's it is??    ***

Penny is going great guns getting her blocks together.

Irene crocheting another scarf for to keep someone warm this coming winter.

Irene is also knitting this block below.

Lynne's fabulous stitching, always up to something beautiful.

***  I think it was Joy!

Twice a month SCQuilters come from far and wide just to hang out together at a Pub for several hours... Today it was the Blue Gum Pub in Waitara.

Who the heck is this I wonder???  looking just a tad scary methinks!
Yes!  It's Heather wearing a new fangled gadget for seeing the fine needle work she's working on.

Joy and Heather.

Rita and Maureen.

Lesley and Robyn.

Jill and Lynne.

Irene and Penny.

Jackie and Cath.

Pennie and Jennifer.