Sunday, August 2, 2015

Show N Tell July 2015

Well the July meeting was awhile ago now. Sorry I’m so late in posting, but I thought I better before the August meeting comes and goes too!
“Welcome to the Food Chain” made by Donna Rowan for her niece (a Zoo Keeper with a quirky sense of humour) who is having a baby boy.

Minkee quilt made by Lynne Wilson, for her Husband.

Leonie Fleming made the wall hangings above and below for her nieces in Guernsey.
One loves red and the other cats


Marion Moon made these two quilts after taking a club class with Pam Carr.

Rose Silvester made this cushion for Jean King’s 80th Birthday.

Shelia Ujdur made this for her son and daughter in-law to hang in their Music Room.


The July Meeting was also a “Mini Symposium” day with ten club members demonstrating different quilting techniques. There was seminole piecing, woven fabric, easy piecing, foundation piecing, thread painting, and heaps more! I can’t remember them all.

I did my demo several times throughout the day, so I didn’t get to see the others Sad smile.
That was the only negative of the day. I'm sure all of us demonstrating felt that way.

The committee made wonderful soups for our lunch, which was perfect as it was a chilly day. During the lunch break I took the show n tell photos and also got a couple of the demos tables snapped too.

Here is Sonya’s demo as she left it to go to lunch. She was Demo-ing thread painting, and I think she  also shared one of her OMG (Organic Modern Graphic) quilts.

And this was Lynda’s demo table. She was demo-ing “Inchies” and different ways to use these decorative miniatures. (see a little box made from inchies in the top right of this photo)

Ok that’s all the photos I took, I wanted to have my soup before lunch was over!


  1. I saw Welcome to the Food Chain on Pinterest. Please pass on congratulations to the maker. It looks like that was a really fun day to participate in.


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