Last weekend I went to Tamborine for a 4 day camp starting on Wednesday afternoon. I love this camp as everyone joins in the spirit of it so well & if you need some advice there are always several people willing to share their knowledge with you. I find I always come home with lots of good hints & tips. We also had to make a place mat to use for our meals and they were all outstanding but I will leave those photos for another post as there are quite a few.
The two quilts below were made by Sue W as were many others samples placed around the room to represent the theme of the camp, Tumbling Blocks & Hollow Cubes. The second quilt was just beautiful with the bows adding an extra dimension to it.
|Hollow cubes sample by Sue|
Above is the name badge I received and the little notebook cover made by Sue the co-ordinator of the camp. About 30 people attended and everyone was given one, all made by Sue. We also have a fat quarter swap and this is the one I received.
Below are photos of some of the dress-ups on Saturday night. I am in the middle of the first photo with my friends Chris & Liz. The colour theme of the camp was Black & White.
|Chris, me & Liz|
|Three bad witches and one good witch|
|The Ref, Flying Nun & Jail Bird|
Below are some of the quilts displayed during Show & Tell on Saturday night. Blue Tie-dyed made by Carol, Wonky Donkey by Chris & Fairy Quilt designed by Natalie Bird and made by Jenny.
My quilt group enjoyed our camp at Boonah a couple of weeks ago although as usual it always seems to go too quickly. I took lots of projects along to do but didn't seem to achieve as much as I would have liked. We arrived Friday lunch and I left Sunday after lunch so just 2 days to squeeze in as much sewing as I could. I managed to get all the blocks done for my Secret Garden quilt, some blocks stitched together for my grandson's quilt and I started to cut out and stitch together the fabrics for my mystery quilt which I am doing with my friends from NSW, Chris & Liz. We are going to have a quilt reveal in September as in all 10 people are doing this quilt. The pattern comes from a shop in Canada owned by a relative of Chris.
Below are a few photos from the camp. We managed to put down tools and fit in a Happy Hour on the covered deck. Of course, we stitched into the night to make up for it as the photo below proves.
|My work area. Stitching together strips for my Mystery Quilt|
|These are the blocks for my Secret Garden Quilt. A work still in progress. Fabric used is Good Fortune.|
|Cindy's Secret Garden|
|A different colour-way of Secret Garden|
|Lyn's Fish Quilt ready for quilting.|
Till next time............