Monday, 4 September 2017

So Autumn Begins

 With a few Linus quilts being started

                                                   

                                              
 some lovley fabrics there ladies

Ena is still busy playing with her beads, and Shirley has offered to show the Group how to make one of these little Tea Light holders
What do you think?

 There was quite a few Embroidered pieces being worked on, prior to their transformation into little works of art


Ellen's Little Friends

Glenys' Jacobean creation
 Several little stitcheries that are for the Festive season




 Alison's Block of the Month by Rosalie Decker, which she has been working on whilst waiting at hospital visits

This is going to be a beauty
         And another Rosalie Decker pattern that Pam is using to get her fingers working after her stroke earlier this year.                                    

It's coming on great Pam !
                                                
        Barbara is adding more thread to her Gone Pear-shaped project                                        
                                            
 Lynda is on the final stitches of a Coat-Hanger cover which is a gift for the Scottish part of her family
                                   
 Jo spent the afternoon marking out her blocks ready to make (yet another) High Tea Crochet Fusion quilt
lots of these being made

 Elaine has embarked on a City And Guilds course and Somerset Folded patchwork is one of her assignments

 Muriel has gone onto dressmaking

 June had made a little sewing kit for a Niece who is off to Uni
 Kathy is using some pretty fabrics to EPP a new creation

 Jackie has fussy cut some of the wedges on her Dresden Plate
 Jan is rolling back the years on this one!  Its been ages since we did the Japanese Folded pieces. I think this will make a bag.


 Chris was practicing her hand quilting
 Sheila is working a cross stitch 


 Janis is also hand quilting
 but has a way to go to finish 😯
 Brenda has made a bag that was supposed to be a gift, but she likes it so much that she is keeping this one and will make another one. I hope she doesn't like that one too 😧
 Bridget has also made a gift. This is for a friend who has very little sight left, hence the bright colours
Fabulous!!

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On Mon 16th Oct  Annette will be showing how to make this sweet Snappy Bag 
 The Hexi Flex Frames for this bag will need to be ordered by 18th September and MUST be pre-paid at a cost of around £6 

Please let me know if you would like a frame (or more than one)  as soon as possible