I spent most of the day yesterday at the London Friendship Quilter's Guild show. I had four of my quilts on display including "Elephants on Parade", shown below. There were three elephant quilts on display, all started at a workshop with the designer, Lorna McMahon.
My "Fancy Forest Friends" was on display beside the elephants.
There were 8 animal quilts on display together. It was fun to see all of them--each one was unique with the different fabric choices.
"Flannel Vortex" showed off my flannel scraps, leftover from PJ's I have made for my daughter and nieces over the years.
My Christmas sampler quilt was one of several seasonal quilts. I managed to get all of the hanging sleeves attached on time for the quilts to be delivered to the show, despite some assistance from Finn, our grand-dog. This was all the slow stitching that got accomplished this week. Next week, I will be back to my hand quilting and cross stitching.
Christine and I got together to sew one night this week and I put this mini quilt together. I had the coloured squares sashed already and finished off all of the sewing. The coloured squares were a little package of 2.5" charms that I received at the modern quilt guild retreat a couple of years ago. I will be quilting this little quilt next week.
Finn supervised our activities in the sewing room from this spot....