Our members are very talented  here are just a few examples of the work we have done in our afternoon sessions and at workshops which we hold occasionally.

Quilt as you Go

A quilt ready to be donated to Linus Quilts

Just Beautiful

Another stunning piece of work from one of our members.


Our last Santa from our workshop

Christmas workshop

What is the collective noun for a group of Santas?

After some discussion the appropriate word seems to be 

a Sleigh of Santas

More Santas

Manipulated Fabric

Folded fabric squares in beautiful colours to make this lovely wall hanging

Designed by a member

Kaffe Fasset fabric and gold

More projects form our members 


Some made in the meetings others at home

Fat Quarter Challenge

During the summer our members donated a fat quarter, they were then put into paper bags and we had a lucky dip. Each member then had a period of time to create something including the fabric they were given. For some thie was quite a challenge. Colours or patterns they would not normally use

This little travel sewing kit will be one of our monthly projects

Our members came back with a wonderful array of projects. Some of them were beautiful boxes, apron, wall hanging , peg bag, a bear, armchair tv remote holder( or maybe chocolate store). Bags and a cushion. An amazing basket filled with fabric cup cakes and 2 little waitress aprons, 2 very lucky Grand daughters

Lovely Quilts from another of our members


Folded handkerchief butterfly made at a monthly meeting appliqued onto a beautiful textural cushion 

The gentle sewing of Red Work beautifully displayed in this lovely quilt

Patriotic colours perfect for the Jubilee Year

Foundation Piecing for this beautiful wall hanging


Work shop results

Handbag doorstops

Conical peg bag

A lovely example of a Sample Block quilt. Some blocks were contructed at our meetings and others are totally original to the maker.

Lovely colours with pretty fabric printed with geese. The maker soon found that it is not possible to get all the geese standing up right once the blocks have been cut and moved around to create the patchwork patten.

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