Tuesday, 31 July 2012

This Thursday

Wishing everyone who is heading off to the Retreat a wonderful time.  For those of us who are staying at home there will be a day time sewing session on Thursday but no evening session.

Monday, 23 July 2012

Wonderful women...

...got together last week to share the fun of making Community Quilts.  Here's some of the results.

What a clever bunch.

Sunday, 15 July 2012

All I can say is...


Read about it HERE

Saturday, 14 July 2012

A Guild Meeting...

...will be held on Thursday evening, the 19th of July, at the Senior Citizens Building in Diamond Creek.  Visitors are always welcome.
Mary Young is going to give us a talk on the various Quilt as You Go techniques and share with us some handy quilting tips.

The July issue of our fabulous newsletter is now available and can be viewed HERE.

Friday, 13 July 2012

What's new...

...at NOTYQ
We were back again yesterday sewing our hearts out to make community quilts and having lots of fun at the same time.

Again we shared a delicious lunch and there was Show and Tell of both finished tops

and works in progress

We will be back again next week so please join us if you can.

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Is this Familiar?

Found this on Cre8f Mom Quilts.  I think it sums up a lot of us.

Thursday, 5 July 2012

A Happy Bunch...

...of  NOTYQ quilters got together today to make community quilts.  A great deal of fun was had by all, we ate a delicious lunch and much productive sewing took place.  Here's a few of the happy bunch

and a birthday girl was there too.
A bit of Show and Tell took place,

and all in all it was a fabulous day.

If you weren't there don't feel left out because we will be back again next week.  Just bring a plate of food to share for lunch and your sewing machine (don't worry if you can't bring it along there are heaps of other things to do too, I spent the day very happily sewing on bindings).  Everyone will make you feel very welcome and you will feel wonderful with the thought that your work will go towards providing a community member with all the warmth and good-will a quilt can bring.