Wednesday, 20 February 2008

More from the Creative Women Workshop

Tonight I've been packing to go to Melbourne tomorrow. I will be working till lunchtime then driving to Launceston to catch the plane. It's about a 90 minute drive but worth it when you can fly for $30. Jetstar had a 1c sale for one hour last night. Unbelievable - the snag was you could only take cabin luggage. (Okay for a day trip I guess, but not much use for a longer stay. I couldn't get onto the website anyway.)

As I won't be home again until Sunday night I thought I'd show a few more pics from the Creative Women Workshop. Anne Ida flies home to Norway tomorrow night. Here she is with the stitchery she worked on for Rose's table runner.

This is a little tin I got on sale at Spotlight recently. It was just the right size to carry my scissors, cutter, threads, etc.


Natalie and Gail seem to be enjoying themselves.


Some pattern samples from Cinderberry Stitches. I love the fabrics in this bag - Chocolate from Moda, I think.

Samples from Rosalie Quinlan Designs and Melly and Me.

Isn't this elephant adorable?



This is the Family Values quilt designed by Rose from Threadbare Creations. Definitely on my list of projects to make sometime.



You can see some of the blocks from the quilt more clearly in this cushion.



Rose is also teaching her sampler quilt on Saturdays at The Country Quilter.



It was so exciting to be able to see close up designs featured in magazines and on blogs. That will have to do for tonight as I'm nearly falling asleep. On Friday I'm going to the Quilt Show and Shopping Expo at the Australasian Quilt Convention, so hopefully there will be something inspiring to show next week.

PS. Don't tell my sister, but tonight I booked us 2 tickets for Shout! this Friday night. A very early birthday present.

15 comments:

  1. Oh, all the wonderful 'eye candy' you've been sharing. sigh. Too fabulous. Thank you so much for sharing it.

    PS Really cute tin you found for your scissors etc.

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  2. The tinbox was just absolutely wonderful...wish I could find things like that in Sweden...
    Have a good time in Melbourne!!

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  3. That family values quilt looks very interesting! Gosh, I sure hope your sister doesn't read your blog LOL!

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  4. thaks for sharing your wonderful weekend..........

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  5. Looks SO fun! Would love to meet all of you and see all the goodies too.

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  6. You really did have a great weekend and this one sounds just as good...thanks for sharing the photos and enjoy your time in Melbourne....

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  7. kHi Christine,
    It was so lovely to meet you on the weekend. We will have to arrange a catch up in the future. Have fun in Melbourne. I do hope you have your Tim Tams packed for brekky.....LOL
    Kristy.

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  8. I can tell that you had a great time with those creative ladies.
    Once again, Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures, Christine!

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  9. Wow you live a charmed life. Have a wonderful weekend... again!!

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  10. I feel like I was there, your pictures are beautiful,
    thanks for sharing
    lyn

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  11. Hey Christine,
    I tried to get the 1c flights but was unable to get on the site!! GRRR, but didnt know about the hand luggage, I would need more than hand luggage just for a night LOL!!
    Love your tin!! And I dont mind that little elephant too!!
    Have fun in Melb with your sister
    Luv sarah x

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  12. More wonderful pictures- thank you for sharing! The tinbox is just adorable!

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  13. Looks like you had a great time together..

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  14. You look like you had a wonderful time!! So many terrific projects. Isn't it great to be with friends doing things that you love!

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Christine