Saturday, 25 March 2017

Our Grand Babies Growing up to Fast

Ev at the Community Garden
Ev playing with some shaving cream
"Eat up Colton" 

With Poppy Michael today 

GDITC swap gifts

Working on Foxly Village by Natalie Bird 
Just Noticed both of my accessories were swaps from Girls Day In The Country.... the needle case from Inca last year and the pin cushion from Dawnie this year.
This is the beautiful pin cushion Dawnie made for the swap this year and I was lucky enough to get it. Love your work Dawnie.

Finished Already

So pleased to say I have finished my 2017  Girls Day in The Country project by Bonnie Sullivan .
I love this cute little sewing basket which used to be a bamboo steamer... 

I really love the fact that the base fabric was a piece of a 1930's quilt from America. Very old quilts are very difficult to get hold of here in Australia.  I hope on my America visit I get to see some.

While I was sewing the wool applique onto this I was thinking....

Who was snuggled under this quilt, where was it made?  What was the person like who made it.? Where did the fabrics come from??  May be you could even get DNA from it and find out?????

2 layers for storing sewing goodies  with a little wool lining.
Very cute lashing on the sides - not a cheap steamer
Lovely little saying
Inside the lid is a little pin cushion.

Sunday, 19 March 2017

More Girls Day Girls

There are going to be so may posts and photos of Girls Day In The Country.... sorry ...I have posted a heap tonight and more to come. The saddest news was that this is the last one. I think we were all a bit heart broken...Goodnight my friends.. will miss you all.  Thank you for a beautiful weekend together.. sewing...talking and most of all laughing.

Photos from GDITC 2017

Deb , Sandy and I  sat with Dzintra,  Annette ,and Fiona 
Lea and I 
Janis, Julie, Linda
Susan, Marilyn and Dee

Afternoon drinks at GDITC

Dawni made a beautiful novelty sewing case and pin cushion....... I got it in the swap... Yeah!  Love it Dawnie, cute as an orange...
The lovely Kez 
We  all wanted Lea's beautiful recycled tapestry pear.
Trish got it in the swap.  Almost a googy egg for her collection.

Showing Lucy

Sandy from "Shiralee Stitches" has got many of us completing Lucy Boston Block. Googy (Trish) is using blue 

Sandy and  Donna are doing lots on theirs as well.