The colours in this floral display were truly astounding and matched the quilt perfectly.
This quilt was made by Jo Colwill who is also a member of this group. It was machine quilted by Sandy from The Quilting Company using a Gammill Long Arm machine.
A close up of the quilting. Sandy tells me she has had a year to perfect her skills and I think that she should be winning some awards with skills such as this.
This beautiful Union Flag was made for Arnolda Kinvig as a retirement gift from teaching at Cowslip and machine quilted by Sandy. Beautiful quilt.
Lovely display to compliment the fabulous apple quilt.
I am not sure who made this lovely quilt but I do know that it was quilted by Sandy.
Fabulous floral display in the window recess reminded me of a quilt or more to the point it would make a fabulous wall hanging if anyone feels the urge to make one.
Another Union Flag with bunting.
In the upstairs room they had gone for a Jubilee theme and like our own exhibition back in June the table was laden with a feast and who could resist a proper Cornish pasty.
Maybe you would prefer a slice of Pork Pie.
A selection of tasty teatime treats. Love the scone complete with clotted cream.
There are many more things to show you but for some reason my camera has decided to have a malfunction and give up the will to live. This time it could not be blamed on blogger.
I think you will agree that these ladies are a super talented bunch and I can only apologise once again for not getting any names. I have their catalogue in front of me but with no photographic evidence of a number I cannot match up the description to the quilts.
Note to self - must try harder to get names.