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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Wednesday Club

Wednesday club is always good fun and this week it was just so, though some girls were away on their holidays the rest of us had a good time. As I have said before Wednesday club is held at Quilters haven in Wickham Market and on walking in I was greeted by this display of the patterns that I have designed. The October sun was shining in so they are not that clear, but it was nice to see. The brightly coloured one was pieced and stitched by Pam who works at QH, the other two are my originals.

The display in the shop at Q.H.

Alison and I were working on our Lynette Anderson Button club Mystery block of the month, we only have two months to go now and at last it looks like its coming together and we think 
This is Alison's work in progress.
 we know what we are doing at last. HA! Alison has used lovely subtle browns and pinks. I am taking mine with me to Key West and hopefully I will get on with it there.

Jo's wall hanging.

Jo was working on a wall hanging for her sister. It is a copy of the book cover of the book her sister has written, oh! I do have some talented friends.

Ann's stained glass window quilt.
Ann was putting the finishing touches to her jewel like quilt top, it is really stunning.

 Last but not least Annie was putting the binding on her beautiful quilt, that I posted last week. I managed to get a close up of her lovely hand quilting. She puts us all in the shade, her stitches are so tiny. Double click the picture below and you will see.

Close up of one of the squares in Annie's quilt
Jenny was not having a good day. You know the type of day when every thing you touch turns to you know what, (I get lots of those days) but we did laugh a lot at Jenny's expense and I do hope she forgives us.

I am off to Key West to visit our eldest son and our daughter in law, not sure if I shall write anything on my blog while I am away but I hope to. There is a small quilt shop on the island which of course is a must to visit.

keep safe and keep stitching Doti.

1 comment:

  1. What a lovely post so nice to see all the pics and Alison's Fernhill looks lovely.
    Have a lovely holiday love Pam.


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