I've been so focused on things to do with school and the CFA raffle quilts that another deadline snuck up on me when I wasn't looking. Tomorrow is Crib Point Community House open day (between 10am and 2pm for those on the Peninsula tomorrow - 7 Park Road, opposite the HMAS Cerberus entrance) and given I am a tutor there, I have the opportunity to talk to interested folks to come and join my class.
The idea is to have a static display of projects completed this past year as well as some items that a potential student could make if they wished.
I'm going to include a display of some of my quilts (and maybe someone will buy one!) and I had 2 tops that I particularly wanted to show - one of which I intend to bundle up as a kit - so they had to be finished.
The following photos are rotten - it's late and I didn't get any taken in the daytime - I'm going to try and remedy that tomorrow.
The first is Ice Age...
|Drunkards path, using the Tokyo Roccoco range with added solids|
|The back - again using fabrics from the range|
The next one, binding sewn down in the wee small hours of this morning, is mostly made with Kate Spain's Terrain (the bundle I won at the Bloggers Quilt Festival last year). I added some white and some matching Kona solids and a stripey binding (Kumari Garden range) that I've had in my stash for a while...
|the backing - pieces of left over Terrain and small flower print in grey and white|
So now I just have to write up a flyer that I can hand out, as well as find something I can use as a business card (for quilting services) to promote everything I need to promote....
I'll try to get a good photo of the display tomorrow