By the time I got home I definitely needed the darkened room and a glass of something alcoholic. It was hard work. I had been asked to provide two quilts:-
|'Quilt as you go' front or is it the back?|
|'Quilt as you go' back or is it the front?|
My second offering ...
I love my 'seminole' quilt which I made at another of Jan's workshops at Poppy Patch. I added an extra row because I got row 4 wrong and had to do it again (row 2 is correct) but I couldn't waste it, so added it in.
I also took along my star quilt ...
|I have shown this before|
I have adapted this pattern from Susan Briscoe's 21 Sensational Patchwork Bags. I put the zip on the inside so it was more secure when I carried my money and added a small pocket inside the bag, so "Granny has her lipstick" with her at all times. If you like making bags this is a 'must have' purchase.
This blog has more information about the exhibition. Yesterday I went back to the hall to help take the exhibition down and it only took 45 minutes before everything was back to normal!! Still needed something alcoholic when I got home!!
Next week we will be setting up a display as part of Finedon church's