Yes - I know I know! I haven't posted in ages. Now going through the photos I can't remember who was doing what and when.
Anyway, during Christmas week we had a small meeting where there was lots of panic knitting being completed and maybe just a bit of sewing.
But a lot of chatting.
A relaxed day that we all appreciated in the manic run up to Christmas.
And my car boot was filled with our donations to be delivered to the local Food Bank/Homeless shelter
The Shelter organisers were thrilled with our donation.
So a BIG Thank You for your generosity ladies
|overflowing with kindness|
And so we begin a New Year where hopefully we will see more sewing projects, rather than knitting at our Patchwork & Quilting group
This week saw our Monday All Day session and Elaine was working on this very pretty bag to carry her cutting boards
Carole was working on a secret project. Can you guess what this might be?
Sue was sewing down some Hexi flowers - I think these were Liberty Lawns
Bridget did not want to be included in this photo! We have seen this cute dog quilt in progress and I think there is only a border to add before she begins quilting
A group of ladies wanted to
Well, most of them had results...........
|slightly distracted Jo?|
Ellen and Maureen were sorting some squares that were cut from the shirt sleeves left over from this donation
These will make some great Linus quilts. So if you have any spare minutes to sew some together during the next month , have a chat with Ellen and we can get a head start on our Project Linus day in February.
Don't forget we will hold our
Annual General Meeting on Monday 23rd January at 2.00pm
This will be during our normal meeting and will only take a few minutes to go through the necessary formalities. Please come along if you can and if you are not able, please pass you apologies onto our Secretary.
Hopefully we will have some lovely new patchwork projects to show you son.