With so many lovely projects being worked on, I didn’t want to leave any photos out, so here is some more from All Comers Day. Ute had brought along her almost completed La Passacaglia quilt – just a few filler blocks to go, she said. Doesn’t it look great!
Ute’s La Passacaglia
Dianne wanted a change of pace, and was making Christmas ornaments, made of folded pieces held together with the tiniest of pins. I recall making these quite some time ago, and remember that you need nimble fingers to get the fabric in the correct place and to push those tiny pins in.
Dianne’s Christmas Balls
And look at all these teeny, tiny petals which Lynn is adding to her hydrangea block. Such gorgeous colours too, and this Lynn’s second hydrangea wall-hanging, she told me.
Lynn with her hydrangea block
And I spent the morning tracing the blocks for my next stitchery project. I’m preparing Jenny Hunter’s New Zealand flower blocks to stitch on our caravan trips away.
My next stitchery project
It wasn’t all stitching and quilting – Cheryl had a production line going of sun hats. She must be an expert by now, as she has made over 300!
Cheryl modelling one of her sunhats
I had a great time working away and chatting, especially as I hadn’t managed to attend the previous workday. Thanks to everyone for allowing me to photograph your work, and it was lovely to catch up with you all.