In the morning Janet O'Dell brought some of her vast collection of quilts, particularly English quilts. I spent more time looking and less time taking photos - which isn't a bad thing.
I love the interesting cut off borders. I'm a bit of a slap dash quilter myself so I feel validated when I see missing points and not quite right angles.
A zigzag border and fluro orange centrepiece.
At the other end of the spectrum, a very carefully calculated diamond border corner.
Some fragments are a closer match than others.
A young Queen Victoria - probably amused.
After lunch there was more Show and Tell. Lots and lots of antiques and reproductions, but my favourite came at the end of the afternoon.
Miriam from Yellow Roses brought along her FINISHED Chester Criswell top. Miriam used the same fabric as me for the infamous Block 33.
I think that Miriam's CCCQ is the first finished top - my blocks are Quilt As You Go so they aren't joined together yet. I know there are a number of Almost Finished, I wonder who will be next? Why not add a comment and let us know where you are up to.