It is another wonderful week of quilts and laundry bags again. I just love seeing all the different designs and colours and styles coming in each week – from the traditional to the modern, the colourful and the more subdued, the simple, the fancy, the masculine and the feminine – there truly is one for everyone!
Now on with the show.
Rae from SA made this little beauty and the following laundry bag and I just love it! How clever to use an apron in the middle. I have made sure that this is going to someone very appropriate but that is all I am saying!
This little ensemble is Stephanie’s work. Love the colours and that cool retro fabric!
Lorraine and her small quilt group made these three and sent them off this week.
I love how they are all so different.
These next two were completed by my friend Louise.
Cat completed the following two just recently.
I do love stars!
This is also some of Cat’s work except that she sent this to me as blocks and the quilt was assembled here. Do you remember these Cat?
Kaye made this gorgeous bright quilt and a matching laundry bag! I am not game to show the the LB just in case it is seen (if you know what I mean)!
Now Liz made the next five quilts and laundry bags – she just managed to squeeze them in before heading off on holidays for a few weeks.
She and Mr B are driving across country so be sure to wave if you see them!
Those are not dirty marks on the laundry bags.
Clever Liz has hidden the initials so that noone gets a sneak peak!
This is another lovely quilt by Lorraine’s group.
This lovely quilt and laundry bag headed off from Miranda.
No prizes for guessing which footy team this fellow goes for though maybe only Sydney-siders will know!
The same lucky fellow scored this quilt – both by Michelle – another with the Dorothy McKellar poem on it.
We have some great laundry bags by Sue and Aileen from SA.
Somehow I think those helicopter laundry bags will be pretty popular.
Naomi and her happy helpers (Terri & Wendy) had a busy day on Monday afternoon and they folded and packaged up the following quilts which are now on their way to Egypt. Terri couldn’t resist getting in on the act when the photo’s were being taken….pity you can’t see her do her impression of Gangnam Style (See the real one here so you know what it’s all about) it’s a classic, that’s for sure!
FYI: any dots/rings/circles you see on some of the pics, are something to do with the camera, and aren’t faults/designs on the quilts!