A Glorious Spring Day Sewing

Today was a glorious spring day outside and a sunny and cheery day inside with the Cutting Edge group!

As ever, it was busy with lots of work in progress and a huge variety of finished products.

Following ‘Morning Prayers’ members showed off some of their completed works…..

A beautiful sea horse from Yvonne.

YD sea horse

Corinne, Liz and Monica had completed delightful stitched cards that they were inspired to make following the recent Sissix day.

Corines cards

Liz card

cards

Hilary showed off some lovely scissor holders that she had stitched.

HC scissor cases

Jan and Hillary had made very useful bags.

Jans bag

Hillarys bag

Carol was pleased with a quilt that she had recently finished using the quilt as you go method..

CArol loosemore quilt

And Monica showed little book covers and a sewing case that she had completed.

foil cover

tree book cver full view

foil needlecase

In addition to this many were busy with current creative works which included quilts….

This is Catherines – beautiful colours and design.

Catherine's quilt

Helen’s wonderful baby quilt – someone is going to be very thrilled!

Helens quilt

Helen was also working with Julia on a quilt which is to be raffled to raise money for the Lifeboats.

Lifeboat quilt

And Sue was busy making a delightful pastel coloured quilt.

Sues quilt

Irene continues with her scan and create images.

Irenes flowers

Jan was bsuy sewing a lovely cat.

JAns cat

And Lesley was making a cute little fabric garage for her grandson’s cars.

car bag

In addition to the above activity Jeannie did a demonstration to show how she binds a quilt and mitres the corners which was very well received.

JDF demo

The table runner that she used to demonstrate is also the piece that she is going to use when she runs a workshop for group members on 3 June. Jeannie is our colour queen!

JDF sewing

Hilary also gave a deomstration of the stitched cards and how to make envelopes.

After seeing some beautiful small quilts at Olympia Knit and Stitch show and a visit to the Fashion on the Ration exhibiton at the Imperial War Museum Monica and Hilary threw out a challenge to members to create a quilt of their own to commemorate the First World War. Poppy buttons purchased from the show were offered to those wanting to take part.

Finally, we also celebrated three birthdays – many happy returns to Fran, Irene and Sylvana.

Birthdays

“It was a great day we were all very busy the blog is so inspiring when you see what everyone does and also how quick you get it all on the blog!!! Lots to look forward to in the coming months”. Jan Webster

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One comment

  1. Caroline

    What a wonderful array of beautiful handcrafted items – if they were for sale they would surely fetch amazing prices but of course they are priceless as they are all one of a kind – unique
    Great inspiration ladies

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