Sunday, June 24, 2007

Sandown revisited

So, here are the girls with their quilts - don't they look great? And of course, they had to go shopping for some stuff for next year's quilt...

Sarah's selection on the left, Olivia's selection on the right - the butterflies were actually a gift from one of the stallholders we bought fabric from. And below, Alex's fabric on the left and Mummy's fabric on the right. OK, so I bought some FQs I didn't really need, but in my defense, they were all from the £1 bins - or in the case of the ones on the left, the 50p bin (yes, really).

6 comments:

Karol-Ann said...

Love the pictures of the girls and their quilts! They look great (both girls and quilts LOL).

All that hard work on their quilts deserves a little retail reward and it doesn't look like they broke the bank too much - quite restrained really.

ps I know another little boy who better not see Alex's sharks!

Anne Wigfull said...

Kate, in a few years time you will have serious competition to contend with.You will also have to lock up your stash. Please tell your girls from me, Very Well Done!

Susan D said...

You have 2 very talented daughters. Glad to see they are following in your footsteps. A woman after my own heart who knows a good bargain when she sees it.

Simmy said...

What beautiful quilts girls - way better than anything I could ever do. You are both very talented.

friedaquilter said...

Oh, the quilts look wonderful, girls and by starting this early you're both going to have a huge stash!!

Papoosue said...

The girls quilts are fantastic! Very impressive indeed. It's wonderful to see 'youngsters' sewing and creating. I think they probably need MORE stash - don't you think so girls? mwahahaha!