It’s hard to believe that we are at the end of October
and yet we still need the heater going.
Overnight temps as low as 3°C with rain, hail and some places snow.
The perfect weather to be inside stitching.
This quilt just back from the quilter needs to be bound.
And another day, another quilt that needs binding.
Some show and tell at Lily Lane, Gwenneth has completed her version of Winter Blooms.
A close up of the stunning quilting, by Jennifer at Lily Lane.
Another very pretty version of Winter Blooms, with the applique completed.
Some wildlife from the Aussie bush, where we are staying.
The kangaroo has a joey in her pouch but unfortunately didn’t come out for us to see.
The magpies are residents that we see all the time.
Winter Blooms has been very popular this year, with another fun weekend
planned here at Lily Lane in Rosedale.
In this huge classroom and plenty of table space,
everyone has lots of space to spread out without being cramped.
Along with the fun and laughter, lots of new techniques were learnt
and soon 3D petals and flowers started to appear.
Thank you ladies for the fun weekend, would love to see your quilts.
Some of my classes/workshops that are coming in the near future:-
August- Baltimore Garden, if you love applique & 3D flowers then this is for you.
Contact Sonia or Debbie at The Sewing Bee Cafe for details.
August- Winter Blooms also with applique & 3D flowers. A two day
class at Lily Lane. Contact Jennifer for more details.
September- Steel Dahlia, mostly machine piecing with some applique.
Contact Maureen at Palm Beach Quilting for more details.
Would love to see you at any of the above classes/workshops.
Winter Blooms weekend workshop at Lily Lane in Rosedale.
In amongst the chatter and laughter eight lovely ladies came to learn the art
of needleturn applique and making 3D flowers.
If you would like to participate in the fun another Winter Blooms weekend workshop
is taking place next month at Lily Lane. Would love to see you there.
I can now reveal the new projects that were created specially for last Saturday.
Hosted by Lily Lane at the Heyfield Wetlands.
Heyfield Station – Wall Art
Heyfield Station – Cushion
Heyfield Station – Tote
A few of the flowers created on Saturday.
A week earlier, this is what was happening,
Patterns written and printed. Check √
Photos printed. Check √
Pattern covers printed. Check √
Now to get all of these sorted, folded and packed into their separate bags.
And all before Friday Night
On Saturday, Jen from Lily Lane hosted a stitchery day at
Hayfield Wetlands. Sixty five lovely ladies joined us
for a day full of fun, laughter and food.
All set up, the ladies are starting to arrive.
I was presented with these gorgeous flowers. See the cute buttons on the pot.
Thank you ladies for a great day.
On a recent visit to Lily Lane, these quilts were spotted.
Samples made from my patterns.
Stars over Kansas, looks great made in modern fabrics.
These Tula Pink fabrics were also spotted,
and very excited to bring these home with me.
New designs are drawn up & I can’t wait till I have some time to cut into them.