Diane finished her 12" Ohio Star block, bordered it and sandwiched it ready to be quilted. She'll make another with the fabrics in a different order, then both will be joined to make a double sided kiddie cushion.
Annie made her log cabin quilt a while ago. She's been pondering how to quilt it. When it was laid out on the table, we all thought it looked like a map... so as the blue-ish dots looked like the ocean, Annie is quilting boats... Love it!
Lacey Anne finished her Bento Boxers, made this fabulous pieced backing and sandwiched... now to quilt... finished next week maybe? )I'm a BIG fan of pieced backing!)
Chris has decided to make a table runner, she had printed off the instructions from t'internet and they were a little different to mine... confused me sufficiently... but Chris knew what she was doing!
Mum was working on her Lilly's Colours quilt. She got all of the rows stitched together by the end of the day.. I feel a sandwich coming on here!
Joan The Shop had finished enough Daizies to complete the centre of her quilt. She needs about 50 of the 6" blocks now , to do the borders... keep up the good work now Joan!
Irene also started a quick table runner, not at all Christmassy which is brilliant... she can use hers immediately!
Gilly's blocks are coming on very nicely... I think that thin cream border had made the blocks extra blooming lovely (don't worry about my grammar, I don't!)
Foxy Margaret is not a beginner in patchwork, but would you believe it... she decided to make a Railfence quilt, lap size for a lovely friend! Good old Railfence... this time with 4 strips per set.
Please remember that we cannot have our lovely Caverswall Village Hall next Wednesday, 6th October NO QUILT MEETING... you have to stay home and sew... oh... wait a moment... you could come on Friday 8th instead!!!