Judith continued quilting around her hexagons... doesn't it make the flowers pop up lovely... Judith had been rooting around in her bag of left over fabrics and came across the very magazine that got her started with making these hexagons, it was a Woman's Weekly dated from 1977, so this really is a brand new/antique quilt... he he he
Bev arrived with all of her 1" Logs cut precisely to size and was able to complete 5 Log Cabin Blocks during the class. She's making a cover for a kitchen appliance, really it will be an upside down bag, perfect for the job. It's going to be double sided so Bev needs 12 of these little beauties.
Jean Bean trimmed the crusts from her Railfence table runner, made the binding and stitched it in place. She put it to one side ready to be hand stitched at home... So that she could start a new project... She chose to make the Square Dance wreath quilt and, as you can see, it's going to be really dramatic and not at all seasonal.
Geoff has been busy at home.. since last week when he started these 6-10 Minute blocks... a few had to be re-done, hey ho... it happens to the best of us! He's hand stitching the Catheral window-y bits too so.. all that was left was to add the stunning borders... now doesn't that gold fabric in the second border just light up the quilt!