Sunday, 9 December 2012


What a great day we had today.

We taught a workshop for The Unknown Quilt at Lilly Patches in Boronia.
Sue was the star of the day, having started her cactus rose flowers before coming to class.  Her pink and brown version is going to be gorgeous.
Sue, Cheryl and Ada have all done some hexagons too.  With fussy cutting for many of the fabrics, they are looking fantastic.
Kaye was a surprise close second to Sue in the Speedy Gonzales stakes!  She was quietly working away until she finished with a very beautiful flower with cheddar points to make it simply pop.
Fiona is making a red & white version that would have looked fantastic at Quilts in the Barn this year. 
Sandra's blue and brown version is already warm and muted. 
Cheryl's muted tones will come together is Charyl's usual amazing style. Over the years we have known each other, our fabric tastes have change together from Debbie Mumm and all things country, to Robyn Pandolph's florals to our favourite reproduction fabrics. 
And lastly, but certainly not least, Margaret's version with blacks and shirting and other colours, yet to be decided, finally came together.  Margaret decided her "spacial recognition was lacking" but her colour choices never do.

Overall a productive day and loads of fun.
Thank you all.

1 comment:

  1. I shall look forward to seeing progress of what are going to be gorgeous quilts. Great inspiration too.