Here I am back in Canberra which is amazingly mild for this time of the year.
The trip to Central Australia was a blast but I did feel a twinge at missing the Greenhills stitching weekend. By all accounts it was fantastic fun – lots of stitching, friendship, laughter, chat and good food.
Our wonderful Jillian Bath took lots of great photos for you……..if you want a closer look just click on the photo
Ruth was working on this bright appliqué
and Kathy Pascoe on this Canvaswork
Pat Bootland was making progress on this Alison Cole Goldwork design
Tina Korda worked on her stitchery
She also made this wool flower brooch in the special workshop
This delicate Brazilian embroidery was in Mercia Needham’s hoop
and this one in Kay Reid’s hoop
Kay also found time to work on this stitchery
Hazel Hunt was also working on a lovely piece of surface stitching
Gail Haidon is almost there with her wool embroidery project
Anne Dowling had a couple of projects on the go – this Canvaswork with a real pop of colour
and this cute Christmas appliqué
Diana Churchill was also working on a Christmas hanging
A couple of people were stitching away on Crewel work – Pam Hynd on this softly coloured but complex pattern
and Claire Westley on this detailed design
Antoinette Stojadinovic had her feet up knitting a scarf – look at those cool red shoes!
and this funky cat being stitched by Lel Whitbread
Liz Bell was cross stitching this elegant alphabet
while Margaret O’Beirne was working on this super cute owl and friends
Sarah Kimmorley was making progress on her postcard
This retro Blackwork project of Susan Coates is very striking
as is this quilt that Lynn Burgess was working on
A traditional Deerfield design was emerging from Fran Novitski’s hoop
While Sue McLean was tatting
and Lesley Jemesen was doing Hardanger
as was Rosemary Daniels
A mystery person had finished this pile of crochet squares – if someone can let me know a name I’ll add it to this post
Workshop on Paper Folding
As well as doing an awesome job of organising this stitching weekend Brenda Phillips also taught a Paper Folding workshop. Here’s a quick peek
A big thanks to Brenda and Jillian for all their hard work.