Jill wanted to get to grips with Mile a Minute, and there were plenty of crumbs and strings for her to practice with. Julie took a bag of small squares and arranged them beautifully into a charming cot quilt top.
Paula chose a bag of 12.5" orphans, and would you believe it, when she took them all out, there were 23! Why oh why is it that leftover blocks never seeem to be in useful numbers? But it didn't faze Paula: she took the 6.5 bag and made a four-patch for the final block!
Here is the final arrangement - fabulous! Some of the blocks look as if they were made for a sampler or sew a row, but they play beautifully together.
Jane discovered that the snooker table was a perfect size and height for layering up quilts. She layered up this panel and another top, quilted one and took them home for binding.
Julie started by sewing half square triangles into windmills, but once the snooker table was free, decided to take advantage of the opportunity to practice layering up. She got on so well that she was able to start to quilt it too!
Liz was happy putting orphans together, and sewed them on her gorgeous Featherweight sewing machine.