Friday 1 April 2016

Nundle 2016 guest designer Anni Downs

What a fabulous weekend, as always. This year the guest designer was Anni Downs; whose store 'The Home Patch' is my local quilt store!!!

Anni was under instructions, no EPP projects ( I wouldn't have complained lol) or bags. The project was a block roll. needlebo ok, pincushion and scissor keep.
All so gorgeous and in Anni's new fabric line, "the story of my day"

The lovely ladies at my table being shown how to needle turn by Anni. Jenny is checking the video I took of Anni's demonstration...not playing games lol
And a picture of Miss Shez...paying attention hahahaha
The bloggers had a Make it, Fake it or Bake it swap. These are all the lovely Anni Downs inspired projects.
As usual we ate, drank and was merry lol.  Deb V, Sandi and Gail in partying mode (below)...I had the pleasure of sitting next to Sandy and Gail this year. Sandy is the owner of Shiralee Stitches. Most of the blogger attendees are making Sandy's Lucy Boston or Old Time Kaleidoscope BOMs. I have completed block one and eagerly awaiting the postman on month 2.

 My lovely roomie Trish, she is currently on her way to Paris for her long awaited European holiday...cant wait to see her pics!!! Travel safe Trish!


Although I took lots of pics this year, they weren't all with my camera...but don't worry Shez took enough for all of us! Bring on Girls Day in the Country March 2017!!!


  1. was great to catch up with you at Nundle once again.....loved the projects........

  2. Hi my gorgeous friend,wasnt it just the best time and boy i didnt know you took that pic,lol,sneaky xx

  3. Looks like lots of fun, this is an event that is on my one day list to day when I have the freedom to travel that far without the kids!

  4. Looks like a wonderful weekend, Anni would have been great.

  5. Looks like you had a fabulous weekend. Hugs, xx

  6. What fun - I have so enjoyed seeing all the pics and gorgeous projects etc.

  7. Great photos.... We did have the best time didn't we xxxx

  8. I loved being at your table Deb you add joy and comedy.. take care