Monday, November 12, 2012

Small Gathering



It was a very small gathering of Sisters that met at Barb's place. Due to work commitments and illness there where a couple of empty chairs. However, that did not mean that interesting "quilty" things did not occur!
On the left is Barb holding up her rendition of "The Burnt"Quilt....only a border or two to complete. Well done Barb!



Ann was very busy "randomly" placing Clamshells together.
"Random" is a newish word to The Sisters vocab....and we are trying very hard to incorporate it into our work. lol!!

Merri has started and "oldy" but a "goody". The Di Hall version of the Jane Austen quilt. This is the beginning........the centre applique block.Wow!!!
Clare is in
"invention" mode........looking very interesting. Stay tuned for future updates
.Me??......I am STILL at work on The Antique Wedding quilt (original) and have about 2 blocks to complete and then the Broderie Perse on the borders.
Short but sweet.
Happy Stitching from the SSS!





11 comments:

  1. Lovely work as always!Gorgeous version of the Burnt Quilt! Thanks for the post :) Every Stitch

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  2. Hello Sisters! Beautiful Show & Tell as always. I love that background fabric that Merri is using!

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  3. Love the look of these quilts and am a new fan of Di's gorgeous patterns...though they are next to impossible to find in the US. Interested in her new book due in 2013! Hope there is a source for us here...

    Your blog header is stunning!!

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  4. Always lovely to see what your all up to.

    They all look fab.

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  5. Oh ladies, you never cease to amaze me ...

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