On Friday Trish had completed our Bonnies stint just to make sure it worked; now we have to do ours.
|Trish's feathered star|
On Saturday it was Tracy Aplin's talk at Oast. She is one of our own and the audience really warmed to her and her dazzling array of quilts. Afterwards there was a mammoth Show & Tell.
|S & T: great autumn palette|
|S &T: wonderful of Katharine Guerrier design|
|S & T: Gillian's blue delft|
On Sunday Ranald MacKechnie, a professional photographer who lives on our road and is chronicling its inhabitants came to take me and quilts.
|Ranald at work|
On Monday I went to Tracy's handpiecing workshop and enjoyed seeing some of her work close up.
|This is the design we used|
|Tracy showing her quilt|
|Students' work at workshop|
Today it was the U3A Open when we showed students' work and talked to some of the 1000 plus Canterbury members and visitors. We listened to various music groups on and off during the day and ended with a ukelele recital and lovely singing from the choir from Abba to John Rutter.
|U3A student pieces|
|Sue and me with lovely beginner blocks all perfect|
|Margaret's lovely work laid out.|