Starting with this Dresden plate beauty. Set on a soft pink background, the plates were made out of many different types of fabrics and we are looking forward to seeing it again once the planned borders are added. She's kept us guessing on that one!
As I was wandering around taking photos, I thought I spied a pretty piece of fabric, nope, it was a happy, smiley mug, which looked very comfortable among the yarn and fabric.
Then, it was onto hexagon heaven... starting with a nice, neat tub of ready made hexies, I have shown first, the back of the quilt - look at how those seams have been pressed - ooohhh laa laa -
As you can see, we almost filled up the room in the hall, but I know if we'd had more people turn up, we would have made space. There were approx 30 sewers on the day. Unfortunately, I didn't get any pics of the embroidery and applique that the visiting ladies were working on. We had visitors from Frankston, Lang Lang and Ferntree Gully, which are all 2 or more hours away, as well as the local ladies.
A bit more fussy cutting for paper piecing...
One of the J's is making a quilt for a friend. What looked like a simple pattern has turned out to be quite a bit of work, but now that the first block has been conquered, she's more confident of completing the rest of the blocks. It sure is pretty..
The pink quilt above and the bright coloured quilt below are from classes held at Kilmore Quilters.