Easter seems such a long time ago when I posted last. Here are a few photos to illustrate what I have been doing -
First was my week at the Australasian Quilt Convention in Melbourne, in Kay Haerland’s master class – Creating a Realistic Landscape -
When I came home I had to sort out my computer which was “not responding” just about every time I wanted to open a file. Then it was time to go to Launceston for the Tasmanian Quilting Guild’s exhibition “Island Quilts” in Launceston, (tomorrow is last day if you still want to go), where I was honoured to be one of the two Tasmanian judges with Faye Cunningham from Melbourne as the main judge. Here is the Best of Show for 2012 -
Early in the week I had a chance to visit the grandchildren in Smithton, where Toby finally received his Hungry Caterpillar quilt -
Back home and the mild autumn we have been experiencing lately seems to be making way for winter. I can hear the snow rumbles – sounds just like a thunderstorm without the lightning and rain – and the temperature has dropped. About time to get out the winter woollies again.