Monday, September 21, 2009

Weekend in Wauchope


I have just returned from a wonderful weekend in Wauchope (very alliterative isn't it?)
I taught Aurora and Breaking the Drought to two large groups of enthusiastic quilters.

Here are the Auroras at the end of the one day workshop and we spent a lovely hour out in the sunshine for the beading section of the class.

The Breaking the Drought group have more work to do at home as we squashed a two day workshop into one day but lots of really interesting embellishments were created during the class and the machines were humming. Here I am on the floor talking about layout.

4 comments:

Helen Conway said...

I should not read blogs when I am meant to be working. Those blocks on the floor Make me want to go and sew RIGHT NOW!

Anne said...

Those auroras are just wonderful! Can you come to the states to teach!?

Judy said...

Lisa,

You look as though you really enjoy your workshops as well as your students. The Aurora quilts look lovely and so many different colour variations.

Maureen said...

Hi, I couldn't beleive my eyes when I read you were teaching in Wauchope. I grew up in Wauchope, actually Bellangry. No one in the States knows how to say Wauchope. My mother lives very close to where you were teaching. I wish I had been at home I would have taken your class.