But Novembers calender looks much more like normal with a few things booked in and hopefully some spare time to re-introduce myself to my lovely sewing machine.
Last Sunday, the GROUP that I belong to had a trip to the Quilt Show at Malvern. Not too early a start due to the clocks going back, which was nice.
The Autumn show at Malvern is no where near as big as the Spring show, which I do like attending. But we laughed all day, did a bit of shopping and a bit of viewing so a good trip all in all.
There was a selection of Mini Whole-cloth quilts which were very impressive
Mini Mania Challenge
|simple but so effective|
I love the soft colours in this one
This month is is my pudding making marathon. It took me three days to get them all steamed, but now they are wrapped and ready to distribute. Phew!
CraftClub's latest Yarn Bomb, so on Thursday, off we went to visit
They are planning to make a 10ft Christmas tree for their next one and have asked if anyone could help by sending a knitted or crocheted 5" - 7" square.
Needless to say the crochet group ladies jumped in and we delivered 40.
Mini Mania Challenge.
This month was to be Appliqué, remind us of October and must include Orange (the latter was not popular!)
|10" x 14"|
The big girls had a go at making some
Off to York for the day tomorrow. Might get a head start on the Christmas Shopping!!