Saturday, 31 August 2013

More quilts finished

Time for another quilt show, these are just a few a what has not been shown.

Below is Val’s Midnight Reflections, done in a workshop with Faye Packham. The variety of quilts coming from that class are amazing. 


A quilt made by Lyn for her great grandson, wonder if you can guess what his name is!!



Above and below are 2 made by Pat M, one above quilted with Modern Serpentine pattern, just love this. Below quilted with e-e Kelmscott. This was a Bedford Mystery from 2010, made with sashing between the blocks, and Pat added more blocks to make it larger.


Well, that’s it for this time, has been a big day today, I started out this morning by loading a custom quilt, and hoped to finish it by Monday. But, I had a darling friend, who came into my garden via the back gate, and started pruning my roses, which should have been done before now. So, I went out to assist, and attack the weeds which are growing so quickly now. It has been a job that has been ignored, due to other work committments, and I have been a tad stressed worried, not knowing where to start and which job to start on. I had started pulling weeds in part of the garden, but could see it would be a long job.The weather has been glorious today, sun shining after so much wet, cold weather, it was a pleasure to be out. A few hours later, we had achieved much, the weight has lifted a bit, and I came back inside to rest the muscles, before starting on the quilt again. Thankyou Dorothy, you are a gem!Smile I still have lots to do, but it’s on the way. For the last 3 years, my priority has been the garden at The Sanctuary, and my house has been ignored, (but not forgotten).

I think it’s time for bed, tomorrow is another day.

Blessings, From Jude

1 comment:

Sue SA said...

Great quilts but sucker for kids quilts so especially love Hunters - such a lovely pattern.
When I lived on the farm the New Holland Honeyeaters only had one or two babies - but who knows I guess if there is lots of shelter and food around for them. I love spring :)