Next is Beverley Downie's Really Succulent which won for Best Machine Quilting on a domestic machine.
The red and black japanese one is my Ginko [ aka the wedding quilt ] which won for Best Use of Design and Colour and also was runner up for Viewers' Choice.
Then we have Beverley's Shilly Shally which I'm including because it's Anjii's Angles with a really clever border. It doesn't show in the photo but she has put tulle over the area between the shells in the border and machined the heck out of it.
The gorgeous butterflies are another Sylvia Reeves original, hand pieced, appliqued and quilted masterpiece. This was the one I voted for for viewers' choice.
Then the last three are mine: the Deconstructed Log Cabin is "Licorice Allsorts"that I made for David and it's both brighter and bigger than it looks here ... queen sized and put-your-sunnies-on bright!
The navy with cranes is Tsuru [ which means crane ... gosh I'm so clever with my titles I make myself sick!] and the other hasn't got it's japanese name yet so I just called it Peace for the time being which is what the kanji translates as. This is the sibling of the quilt I made for Beryl J's big-0 berfday which was in April but she got the quilt in July. This one gets to stay with me although it may occasionally get visitation rights to its sister in Aberdeen, Tasmania.
of course today will be virtuously devoted to house cleaning. WHAT? ... I will SO ... be quiet!
Well maybe a little knitting on the couch might be indulged in ... just a few rows on the Yarn Harlot's Scarf that I started on saturday night and haven't told you about yet... and maybe there will be a cappucino or two in town with Jeanette ... maybe I might pop my nose in the door at Line dancing ... but other that that I'll be cleaning. Yup... and if you believe that I have this nifty bridge you might want to buy.