It's been a busy couple of weeks with back-to-back workshops in opposite ends of the state..
First was a revisit to Snake Gully Quilters in Muswellbrook who chose a few projects including "what to do with a tablecloth".
I've done three of these so far and love playing with them all. Add hexies, dresdens, circles - whatever you like to complement the embroidery.
These are two of mine and were the guidance for the following pic.
So pretty and a WIP. Can't wait to see them on my next visit.
They also worked on a new quilt - Snowball Circle with quick and stunning results.
At show-and-tell Roz popped this out - Jacobean Star...
and Jill has completed her Square Dance top. Well done to both - they look great. Now for the quilting.
The weekend after I was off to Galong, down near Young where the retreat was held in a magnificent monastery.
Three projects this time - Mariners Madness
Val looking very coy! and a couple of Supernova blocks happening too.
Irene Blanck was a fellow tutor and we had a lovely time chatting over a few beverages at happy hour. Helen loves to photo-bomb!
There was lots of interest in a new quilt - that Snowball Circle again, and my chauffeur for the weekend, Janette won the major raffle prize. How good is that!
Lots of girls had to leave before show-and-tell, some travelling from as far away as Victoria to enjoy the retreat.
A small group tackled Birds in Paradise - a time consuming quilt so I'll be waiting for more updates from these girls soon. No pressure!
In my absence I was elected Membership Secretary of the Quilters Guild, now to be known as Quilt NSW and I had my first trial by fire this week. Lots of data entry etc to keep the membership list up to date but I'm sure it will become easier over time. Wish me luck!