Today we have a bit of a fishy story to tell which is to do with our forthcoming Swansea exhibition.
Members were tasked with making fabric fish that will eventually be made into bunting and hung at the Tapestri cafe
to enhance our exhibition – which is very much sea themed…
The extra windmills that some members of the group had made at home were also very welcome…
And one of the multi windmills had been completed
We are certainly going to have a very colourful exhibition – don’t forget to bring you sunglasses and bathers when you visit!
There was also a lot of work going on in the background to make new pieces of work for the exhibition.
Fiona showed a piece of work she had painted at Dyeing to Paint and two pieces that she had made with Hilary Beattie
Corinne showed a bed runner, called Ocean 10, that she has recently completed
In addition to all this there were many other pieces of work in the making or completed
Jeannie was making a quilt with silk fabric, which looked lovely
Amanda was busy making pages for her fabric journal
And Jane was in the process of completing a lovely bunny
Brenda showed a beautiful quilt she made when Glamorgan Quilters met in the Old Hall in Cowbridge, which is quite some time ago now. It is the view from the window over the gardens
Rosie and janet showed the group quilts that they have recently completed – their first quilts ever – which looked stunning. And, they are being donated to Project Linus
Last but not least the group Project Linus Quilt is progessing well though throwing up a few challenges hers and there. The long panels are now being sewn together so it shouldn’t be too long before it is completed. Well done to everyone involved, particulary today, Corinne and Sally who spent a lot of time making sure the sashing was accurate – and were very grateful for the advice provided by Julia
What a splendid team we have at Cutting Edge!