18 August 2019

Penno Pub fun!

 We've seen little bits of this quilt being made over the past months but now Glynis has it together!  Just Stunning!  Well deserving of that Halo!

 These two blocks look interesting, I'm looking forward to seeing what Ann does next with them, there are a few hints here.

 Penny's stitching is coming along very nicely.

 Heather has been working on this quilt for a while, I'm loving the colours and the applique and the pattern as well!

 Becky is knitting these very Wow!  socks... just one sock so far though.

 I love these little sheep on this mat being made by Lynne for a friend who has sheep!  Lovely.

 Irene was crocheting a shawl with this beautiful cotton.

 Wow!  This pattern had me absolutely stunned.  Brenda was putting together this 'sort of hexagon' block which when all connected is appliqued onto a larger fabric.  The pattern is one from Bridget Giblin, who by the way was the first person I went to to learn Patchwork and Quilting way back in 1992, she had a lovely little shop in our local shopping centre.    Anyway... I had to go to Bridget's website to see the whole pattern and am thinking...  Do I?  Will I?     Maybe I do and will eh!!  Here's a link to the photo of what will be the finished quilt top...  Mary Mary 

 Michelle was crocheting a blanket for her Daughter who has requested these colours and the pattern... so beautiful!   Michelle just sent me this photo of what she's put together so far... looks fabulous doesn't it.

 I was mucking around doing nothing really, it was so lovely to be able to make it to one of these Pub Quilty gatherings at last I just wanted to chat but I did bring along this Aran Vest I'm knitting in one piece, which I had to give up on because of my chatting then I picked up this very old Hexie to quilt but gave up very quickly!      I might have to buy that Bridget Giblin 'Mary Mary' quilt pattern... what do you think????

03 August 2019

Blue Gum Gathering - 3 August 2019

Great day at the Blue Gum where we merrily chatted away and drank coffees and dined on Irene's fabulous Monica's aka Madonna's slice.

It was so good and there was nothing left to take home. Irene said she forgot the sugar but in all fairness it did not need it anyway!

Cath was working on her pieced hexies again.

Emma was on the countdown for this beautiful blanket for her son; only 37 rows to go and then the final edging finish. Emma was 'sporting' this new and beautiful ring she picked up on her way to the Blue Gum.

New member Jane was working on her hand knitted socks made from beautiful Danish wool. Jane is also wearing a popular hand knitted cardigan which is also being made by Stephanie and Fiona.

Stephanie's gorgeous colourway.

Fiona's super cardigan being knitted in cotton.

Irene was about to commence a new triangular shawl https://www.windingroadcrochet.com/first-triangle-shawl-free-crochet/with a beautiful coloured yarn. Irene decided to go home and watch the video tutorial for guidance.

Rita was working on 2 projects. First she completed her first ever knitted square but needed some assistance from Stephanie in how to cast off. Great to know how to start these projects but even better knowing how to finish!

Next Rita proceeded to work on her hexagon project.

Lynne was binding her quilt.

 Joy was hand basting hearts over templates for future use.

Blue Gum Sat 3 August 2019

Show and tell.

One of Joy's delightful quilts.

Joy's other gorgeous creation.

This is one of Liz's original designs. Can you guess who this might be?

Two of Liz's stitcheries which were entered into a competition.

Two photos of the beautiful cardigan Lynne made for Liz. The lace knitting is so very beautiful. Liz looks very happy doesn't she?

This is a picture of the quilt Lynne was binding.

This is a quilt Rita has quilted for charity.

A Quilt top sewn by Rita and almost ready for another 'Aussie Hero', apparently an Essendon fan! If I'm wrong about the club please let me know.

The front and back of a laundry bag also sewn by Rita for an 'Aussie Hero' who wanted trucks, eagles and an outdoor experience! There are wolves on the bottom of this bag.

Penny was working on her gorgeous blite stitchery. Looks very dutch to me.

Glynis's 4 little pink bags for gifts for 4 little girls at a wedding next year.

Finally some show and tell photos taken a few weeks ago. Sorry for the delay ladies!

These are fabrics chosen by Heather for a future project.

This lovely creation was made by Erica.

Stephanie's wonderful quilt. 100 days block from 2018. Pattern from Tula Pinks 100 modern quilt blocks book.

Penny's wonderful blue and white Patchwork of the Crosses assembled, basted and ready for hand quilting.