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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Deja vu!

 There was a little deja vu last Wednesday night at Gisborne Quilters. A group of young ladies from La Trobe University Bendigo came and asked us questions for a research project, which was an interesting exercise. Reminded us of a previous occasion when I needed a focus group for my research and the ladies kindly obliged.

Other than that, it was business as usual, with a surprise visit from Sue. Great to see her again after her move to the Bellarine. Pauline also popped in for a quick hello.

Marina was sewing on a binding on yet another quilt. She is such a fast quilter! A lovely scrap quilt, we all liked the pattern. It was just so colourful. Sue, Marg and Tania had been to a sewing day with Gail Pan and came back with a whole lot of goodies after a fun day in Narre Warren. There were some rather pretty stitcheries happening. Sue was nearly halfway through a new redwork one, which will eventually be a table topper..
Marg was completing a green stitchery which, if I remember correctly, will be a book cover, possibly, maybe.

A few people were in stitching mode. Tracee was also stitching something cute.
Our new friend Louise was nearly finished with her crocheted Jacket for her little girl. She's doing a great job and the wool is absolutely gorgeous, a dark shade of teal. Can't wait to see it finished.

And, talking of deja vu, guess what I was doing? Yup, the Scandinavian Rose. Again. But I like the new panel, lots of backstitch this time.
 As you can see, we had a table full of food, some kindly donated by the La Trobe ladies.