Our on-line stitching group had a quilt camp near Latrobe and it was a fantastic few days away with the girls. Met up with some old friends and met some friends I've known on-line for years. I've had to "borrow" photos because I didn't take many.
We met up at The Cherry Shed for lunch before heading off to the camp. I love this photo of Helen McC. Was a sign of things to come over the weekend.
The Queensland Girls (Helen McC, Teresa, Norreen and Sandi) made Survival Kits for all of us
and Lib made each of us a thread catcher
which she gave to us on Halloween. There was a bit of dressing up that night.
We also had a swap - something we could use while travelling or at camp. Vicki made me a great holder for all the cables we need to take with us these days. Terrific fabric.
I had a gigle when I saw the pink lint remover - I'm always covered in threads.
Jo's present to Helen S was a pair of pyjamas - a friend in the US had also bought some of these pj's for me (perfect for camp).
On the floor is the quilt Sarah was making - Cosy by Cotton Way - it turned out so well.
I made Leanne a Stash and Dash bag (Tanya Whelan fabric) and also made one for her Helen (Whitewashed Cottage) for up-coming birthday.
I was also able to give Helen her teapot block for the birthday quilt she is making for herself.
There was some sewing done over the weekend - 716 four patch blocks to start off my Rainbow Rows quilt (designed by Lissa Alexander) - one of the "Go Four It" quilts in this year's American Patchwork and Quilting quilt-along. Another 373 or so to go.