We had taken our Gelli plates along, so we were busy inking and rollering our way through sheets and sheets of paper. We love this technique, and of course if you can do it on paper, you can do it on fabric!
There wasn’t much time spare to take photographs (memo to self: use your phone camera next time, and blog from the show...) but here are a few of Terry in action:
The second quilt I chose was Blue Moon made by Louisa Peers. An original design, Louisa has used a combination of hand dyed and indigo fabrics pieces and quilted it in a simple, but very effective way. The ‘blue moon’ was a beautiful flour resist indigo dyed piece of fabric Louisa made on one of our workshops. The quilting was restrained, but beautifully executed; this was my ‘I’d love to take this quilt home’ quilt.