In August Claire explained the basics of her story book quilts, displaying the background ready for the story.
This month, we see the finished product with all the detailed pieces attached by Velcro enabling them to be moved by the children. A platypus hides in a pocket under the tree roots on the left while the cars, flowers and houses can all be adjusted.
With a burst of summer heat upon us, we received some knitted goods from Beerwah Knitters and Crocheters, courtesy of Gabrielle.
Our demand for knitted goods will be slight for the next few months but there maybe some call for shawls for the aged such as this one piece crocheted style below.
A demand for men's quilts remains. Kay has finished a fish quilt for a special order. The blocks were made by her Gladstone quilters group some time ago.
Dee has quilted a brown and gold strip quilt of a generous size for a male.
Several quilts displayed today by Barbara and Kay gave examples of using scraps to make interesting quilts. From Barbara,
Anne had made a I spy quilt with an bright backing.
Whether simple strips and squares or complex piecing, our quilts give delight to many deserving residents of the Sunshine Coast.
Next meeting day will be Monday, October 30th. All welcome from 9.30am.