Finally we are moving into a more positive stage of covid19 restrictions. Vaccinations have become our passport to a more unrestricted way of life for the first time in 18 months. Sydney came out of a very long lockdown last Monday. The future is looking brighter. Unfortunately, to enjoy these new freedoms all members have to be fully vaccinated, in order to attend our normal weekly meetings or to be able to access some businesses and events. This said, this does not stop us from communicating and continuing our normal activities, just less a few of us who have been waiting for our 2nd jab of vaccine. More time to get our projects up to date and learn new things via the Internet.
We apologise that we did not update the blog last week the 5th October, so much to do so little time to do it.
This week we have some show and tell we hope you will enjoy. But, remember we need your submissions to keep this blog up to date. Thanks to Lorraine Kelly and Elizabeth Buzzell for the following submissions.
SHOW AND TELL
Lorraine has been working on this Crochet runner since covid began in March 2020. Very fine work and a beautifully soft pink colour. Lorrane is a very patient person and always produces amazing work. Thanks for sharing Lorraine.
Even though Wilga’s sight is challenging her weekly she has managed to knit this wonderful scarf. You can’t keep a good woman/knitter down.
Dianne has finally completed this wonderful quilt. Good job Dianne, as always.
Claudette is working on completing a Wilga quilt. One day soon we will see the completed quilt so watch this space.
Alison appears to be sharing a joke with Dianne and Beth. Would love to have been a fly on the table for this one. Laughing is always a good thing to be doing.
Our Puzzle Section
Are you aware that there is such a thing as Quilting Mysteries?
Have you read any books or know of any of these Books.?
Please let me know what you know, this seems like a fascinating subject to explore. I had no idea what result I would get when I typed ‘Quilting Mysteries’ into the search line on the Internet.
I look forward to your insights.