Today was an unusual day for Cutting Edge – there was an air of quiet about the room and evidence of great concentration as members tackled the Christmas tree patterns they had chosen to make.
There was an simple but lovely design expertly tackled – and completed – by Liz…
Then there was a 2nd choice – a folded Christmas tree which took 76 x 3″ squares. A popular choice and once the pattern template had been tinkered with – worked extremely well!
And, then there was the 3rd option – an applique tree which seemed to take a little while longer than the others-can’t imagine why?
There was a lot of drawing….
a lot of ironing to position the pieces.
At one point Amanda seemed to be glued to the ironong board herself!
Sally came with her piece of work bonded and then spent the day sewing – and had a little help from a friend…
What was most interesting was that everyone’s tree was different because of the way they had approached them and Jan’s finished project looks fantastic!
And amidst the Christmas tree frenzy Monica tackled something completely different – to practice her free machine embroidery!
A very productive day with some beautifully completed – or nearly completed trees – looking forward to seeing more next week – maybe?
It coudn’t have been that bad because a number of people have requested copies of another tree pattern to try!
And Lesley is going to Devonport in New Zealand and will visit the shop that the patterns were bought from so hopefully we will be able to have photos to show the shop owner. We are sure that she will be thrilled to see such wonderful works of art….
And not only Lesley will have been to her shop. Keris (who bought the patterns), Monica and Truda have also been there in the past. What a small world!