I am in awe of hand quilters, so thank you so much Belinda. I loved all the other things as well, especially the pieced pot holder, the family are all under threat of death should they dare use it as a pot holder!! The kids also say a big thank you for their gifts...no chance of seeing those in a pic! Dd is working on her cross stitch and the pencils went straight to school..and DS only has the tin left ...for treasures!!
Gosh Belinda, I just hope your swap present is half as good.....
and he even sang my favourite, Gundiwindi moon,
Mostly saw a lot of this....
...with not half enough of the Holdens in the lead...oh well, always next year! Fortunately also saw a few shops as well and, like a well organized squirrel, should now be right for the winter!
I made hexagons on the trip over, veged on the way back. I'll show you the hexes another time.
Got a call from the bushfire couple who received the beautiful quilt from the blue mountains today. I hadn't thought about thankyou calls...proved fairly emotional, but if that is only the start of how people will feel when all these other blocks are sewn and the quilts are given out you should all be very proud to know your donations are really making a difference. I have a heap more to show, am waiting for a sunny day to lay them outside for you.
Have a great day, Tracey