Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Weekend at Stacey's at the Gap

It is so wonderful to sit and sew all weekend. Our quilt group went on retreat at Stacey's at the Gap which was an old school camp at the top of Cunningham's Gap between Ipswich and Warwick in South East Queensland. Now it is a retreat. 

 Inside there was a beautiful warm fire and lots of places to sit and  sew and relax while chatting with friends.  Outside was beautiful by day but freezing by night. 

 We sewed all day and night until 10.00pm.  The lovely Leonie and Mal looked after us cooking for us all weekend, talk about spoilt, Mal even carried all our things to the car for us..extra spoilt I would say. 

We all worked on our own projects and their was a lot of productivity. many quilts finished and many started and we have all booked in for next year.

Safari Quilt- my own design

 Another view of Africa
I went to Nundle with a friend early in May. This is the quilt I made its by Abbey Lane "Match Box" I put the last border on over the weekend. 
Comfortable accommodation
The best place to be it was so cold Sunday Morning
In the Garden
I am making this for my niece's  baby

3 comments:

Too many eggs said...

oh your quilts are looking lovely, i particularly like the one you made at Nundle it came out really lovely

Chookyblue...... said...

cold winter days are perfect excuses for sewing..........

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

What a great weekend and best place at this time of year :)