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 Laura has used the gorgeous Alexander Henry Christmas fabrics to make this beauty

 Karen and Glenda were picking borders for Museum Medallion in class. What a difference colour choices make. Same quilt but very different

 Jo whipped up the Side by Side quilt for her nephew. Lucky boy.

 The market skirt so beautifully modeled by our headless and nameless ( by choice) customer. How cute is her preggie tummy?

and this fabulous quilt made by Carolyn. Unfortunately the photo does not do the quilt justice. I am so looking forward to the Christmas break where I will have 4 days off in a row. As usual I am planning to get 45 projects done in this time!! It is so nice when there is not a lot to do after all the Christmas cleaning (boy do I have a lot of this to do before though) and cooking has been attended and we can all have a rest and relax. We will be closed only on the Public Holidays so if you are nearby please call in and say Hi. Our summer hours will be 10am -4pm mon-Sat.

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Lurline said…
All just lovely - however, the star quilt is just something else! It is just amazing!
Hugs - Lurline♥

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