A model from the shop - design Bronwyn Hayes
Let your rubber stamps multitask as stitchery patterns too!
Yes I am a city girl enjoying a city view - I can even see the sea from my hotel window :-) As you know i am living in a flat house at home.
A beautiful customer quilt, quilted by Merete (to the right)
Merete even gets the pantograph quilting to look magnificent by her choice of pattern and thread to match and enhance the customer’s quilt and wish!
Animal friends to store wine bags - made by another customer, for sale.
Here are her absolutely drop dead beautiful DJ triangles, all in purple. Thanks for sharing :-)
Quilters, cats and bags - need I say more ? :-)
Chef and Quilt Angel (part of the management)
complete with tape measure and coffee pot
and a spare zipper, just in case :-))
Alternative “use” for the coat - accessories coat :-))
The room where we had quilt café yesterday was filled with lovely work and smiling highly skilled quilters :-)
Close-up of some of the lovely work - from AnnaKa’s class a few weeks back.
What a cool mug - I wonder if The Goodess had to kiss many of those frogs ??
Where to keep your hand quilting hoop in lack of more hands ? :-))
A quilter should come with more hands maybe ? I am not sure it would look to good though………..
Another wonderful day is waiting at Quiltegaarden!
Ser ut som en fantastisk helg dere har hatt - masse godbiter og ideer her :-)ReplyDelete
Hmmm.. I do recognize the view from the hotelroom...:o)) Looks kind of familiar from the one I had visiting Trondheim?? Might be wrong...lol...ReplyDelete
Everything looks fantastic.. and Quiltegården is a fantastic place to be at!!
Hvem er det som har laga den herlige frakken Anne Mari har på seg her? Morsom var den i hvert fallReplyDelete
Takk for ei kjempehyggelig helg og et flott kurs! Det blir mye håndquilting på meg heretter, skal bare på apoteket og kjøpe hemoridekrem først.ReplyDelete
Ser ut til at du hadde en kjempefin helg med masse inspirasjon :o)ReplyDelete