Friday, March 9, 2012

Modern, Japanese, family trees....and laundry bags

The last two Thursday has seen the ladies working hard on their projects......

Esme sewing her Modern quilt together

Donna working on her Japanese quilt
Julie making a family tree quilt each leaf has a name on it

Patsy's finished table runner..looks great..

pillow cases to go with the quilt Patsy made last year

hummmm....not sure what to write for this photo

Lynne has finished the charity raffle quilt. The quilt is for 2nd prize for the Bear and Doll show in June or July in Buderim

These are Esme's blocks laid out ready to sew together

Lynne's applique quilt top is coming together

Angels working on her applique

Last Thursday after class Lynne, Julie, Angela, Esma and myself stayed behind and made some laundry bags. The fabric was donated from everyone. We made a great production line and had 7 bags made in 2 hrs......

fabric from Lynne

fabric from Pat

fabric from Julie

most of the bags we made are on the stand behind us
We all made and finished some more bags at home and altogether we made 19 bags and 2 quilts.

To find out more about the laundry bags go to ......

Thanks ladies and thanks Kim for letting us use the rooms.....

Happy stitching  - - - - - - -



  1. Loving all the quilts you ladies have been working on. Great job on the laundry bags - that equals 19 happy soldiers who can find their laundry first time each time. Thanks for getting involved!

  2. Well done ladies< I think they are all so great.

  3. wohoo, thank you to your group, my son inlaw is in Afghanistan and I know they all appreciate these.

  4. How lovely of you all to stay behind on 'detention' so to speak and put the time to good use. The guys and gals in Afghanistan are going to feel like it's Christmas come early when all the goodies arrive in the next few weeks.