Thanks to Kallie for her hospitality – she can be assured her oven works very well and the sour-dough bread, quiche and cake were very well received.
There were lots of hexagons around today, a few bindings being stitched down and a few baby quilts on the go. At next month’s show & tell, we’ll hopefully have a new quilting baby to show off.
Kathy Q made this stunning Row By Month quilt in the US – each row represents a different month/season on the calendar. There are 3D bunny ears and turkey feathers – it looks amazing. The shop supplied the fabrics and Kathy chose the borders herself. We all agreed it would be too much to quilt this monster on her own and she will probably have it professionally machine quilted.
Lastly, Melissa made this cute little spectacle case for Tiiu using 1.5” squares which were leftovers from her baby quilt shown above. She used a technique where the squares are pressed onto fusible web before the seams are stitched, which is a very accurate method for such small pieces.