Unexpectedly housebound today, I took the opportunity to put together this little quilt for a precious little puppy called Evie. She is a Golden Retriever and a new member of Elise and Tom's family in Plymouth. I can't wait to meet her!
The fan heater conked out in the loft and it was freezing up there. But I was determined to do it and actually quilted it in MITTENS!
The 'Churn Dash' blocks were a charity shop find that friend Gloria couldn't resist buying, but then she gave them to me to make something with!!!!!!!!!!!
I have managed to use 5 out of the 6 by making 'Broken Dishes' blocks to make up a 9 Patch layout.
Thank you to the ladies of the little U3A group in Mill Hill who so kindly treated me to a lovely lunch last Friday! It has been a pleasure starting them off on their own quilting journeys. I am sure we will keep in touch and it is great to see what they have achieved.
Here is Julia's version of my Mystery Quilt. Not bad for a beginner - absolutely perfect!!
Here's one for the music loving Grandson in Sue Mashmoor's family. As usual she gave me a few challenges, having already cut the backing and wadding to size. But I couldn't say no!
That really is the last one I can do before Christmas.
Happy Quilting Everyone!
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