Thursday, 13 October 2011


Sorry I've been a bad blogger, my mojo has deserted me, though I have been enjoying attending a Patchwork group, I joined a couple of months ago and last week we put on our first exhibition. It was held at Falmouth cricket club, where we meet every Thursday. The exhibition ran for 2 days and was a resounding success. We raised £400 for Bats a small local charity. The local paper did a brilliant review with fab photos. Running true to form I left my camera at home, so my DH brought it when he came to collect me and I hurriedly took photographs. These are just a few, it was difficult to get a decent photo of the larger quilts through there being little space as most were hung in the corridor of the club and the smaller exhibits in the changing rooms!! Leaving the main room free for sales tables, raffle and scrummy cakes and beverages.
Thanks for taking the time to look
hugs Joy













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jackiescrafts said...

These are some fabulous quilts you are sharing, my favourite has to be the second one it's just stunning but all the makes are brilliant and are makes that I aspire to. It makes my strip quilt cushion cover seem very basic but I guess you have to start somewhere

Thanks for sharing
Jackie x

Joy said...

Looking forward to seeing your cushion Jackie I know it will be fabulous xx

Shairon said...

Fab quilts Joy! Might think about taking it up as a hobby!xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Joy. Fabulous makes. Thanks for sharing. Love them all. It has been so long since I have done any quilting your post has inspired me to get some fabric out. Well done on raising the £400.
Have a great weekend.
Regards Florence x

crafty creations said...

Wow - must have been and amazing exhibition if this is just a sample - they are all fabulous - love the same one as Jackie and that bedspread is just gorgeous. You know you've got me doing the same thing and I'm loving it

xx Hilda

Lesley said...

Hello Joy - these are all really gorgeous. It is something I have always wanted to try but never got round to. I think my fav is the little hanging with the houses.