Speaker for tonight is Richard Cook who will talk about Patchwork and Quilting from a male’s perspective.
Joyce Hardy, ‘one of our own’ gave us a demonstration of how to make a Puff Quilt. After the demonstration we were given several 5″ squares, hand sewing needles and thread to try for ourselves. Several puffs were made by those present and they will be made into a Linus Quilt. Maybe even a few quilts with all the puffs that were made.
A most informative and enjoyable evening.
Here are some photos from the evening.
Now for some ‘Show and Tell’ quilts from the same evening.
Anne made this big quilt for her son.
Nikki made this lovely quilt.
Nicky also made this little all-hanging.
Mouse made this lovely lap quilt.
The next two pictures are themes n Christmas trees. One made by Mouse and the other one made by her friend, Mandy.
The next meeting is on Thursday, 6th February and the speaker is Richard Cook who will give a talk on Patchwork and Quilting from a male’s perspective.
Joyce will be demonstrating Puff Quilts. You may have a chance to try for yourself.
more Linus Quilts –
Now for Show and Tell.
Circles by Nicky Griffiths
Back and Lit front of Christmas wall hanging by Mouse.
Hexagon quilt by another member whose name was not given.
Next meeting is on Thursday, 5th December.
There were some good tips given by members at this meeting. Contributors were, Chris Francis, Jane Alcock, Nicky Griffiths and Anne Wildblood. Other members were Joan and Sue. No surnames given.
All the tips given will be added to the Top Tips section of SPQ.
Now for some photos from the meeting starting with some Project Linus quilts.
Sorry for the mix-upon photos in 4th October report. The report starts with some of Ann’s photos and the Show and Tell starts with Marjorie’s quilt.
Fingers playing up.
Quilt Show will take place at Holy Trinity Church, Eccleshall ST21 6BY on Saturday and Sunday, 16th & 17th November.
There will be a raffle in aid of the Church and the Austin Society.
There will be an admission charge. Tea and Coffee available in Church Hall.