Our workshop committee volunteer, Margie C, explained our year's project the Hunter's Star with Cecile G. There are a variety of colours that one can use. I believe that this will begin in November, so think about your colours...and get ready!
|One Square-2 colour|
|One Square-4 colour|
|One Square - scrappy|
A lovely letter was written by Lisa Ng our CMQG member who has returned to Malaysia after a great few months with us at Cottonmill. We miss you too Lisa. Keep quilting!
Our Mini Retreat that will be held on November 2,3 now has a waiting list. Linda W was diligently collecting money to hold participant's places for this FUN even
SHOW and TELL
This month we had a Teddy Bear made from a 1916 vintage family quilt made by Carol Anne M for a friend. It was amazing so I took several photos so you could see the many hand embroideries.
|Teddy's front and the letter S on his head|
|part of Teddy's head/face|
|Carol Anne showing Teddy, see the date under her right hand?|
|Brenda C's Owl Autumn pillow|
|Ruth G's "Cinnamon" quilt|
|...in more realistic colour|
|Kaaren D's Thangles quilt|
|and Karen's rag quilt|
|A closeup of one of Lucy B's "flags|
|Lucy's whole Oh Canada quilt|
|Othello's handy goody carrier|
|and Othello hiding behind her Christmas panel|
|Beverly made 2 of these for the cottage bunkbeds|
|Bev showing the back of the quilt and pointing out the bedroom wall colour. POP!|
|Joanne B showing her lovely fall table runner|
|Linda W was busy finishing her star quilt, quilted by her MOM!|
|Linda also did this sweet Church quilt.|
That is all for this month folks, thanks for viewing.