Thursday, November 18, 2010

Production with a Capital "P"

I DID have fun last weekend at Sewjourn! I made this lovely quilt as a surprise for my daughter for Christmas. It was a bit of a surprise for me too, as we stopped in Gisborne on the way there, and found the lovely fabrics in the "Drapers of Mt Macedon" a lovely quilt shop. I made some more baby wraps for my market stall in December and some little bibs for a friend who has recently had a beautiful baby boy called Will.
Here's a photo of a Spider Web table runner that I made for my market stall.
. . . and I had already made this quilt top, but did the quilting a Sewjourn. The colour is not so good in this photo, but it is a lovely lot of different reds. Still need to bind it.

10 comments:

Alison Gibbs said...

Wow Annie you have been busy.
Love the one you made for your daughter
Alison

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Looks like you had a very productive weekend! I am making my daughter a quilt out of Bliss fabric too:)

willywagtail said...

Looks like you were super busy. I think it would take me a year to do all of that. Cherrie

Muddling Through said...

Oh, Annie, when you say production, you mean production! What a wonderful lot of goodness you produced. They are all so pretty.

Andi said...

Seriously productive!!

trash said...

You did, didn't yo? I knew you would. I think perhaps you need to patent your method for making extra time. You would make your fotune1

Creative disorganization said...

How cool....can't wait to do something like that!

rachelmp said...

Annie, you are a SEWING MACHINE!

Maree: said...

Wow! You achieved so much considering you were at a Retreat...Love the Quilt for DD..
cheers

Moogsmum said...

Wow Annie, that's one heck of lot of sewing for one weekend! I love your daughter's quilt and the table runner - beautiful :)

xx