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Friday, April 10, 2015

Bronwyn, the Bag Lady

We called in to visit caravan friends who were camping alongside the Opotiki estuary.  “You must meet our friend Bronwyn”, Andrew said, “she is a quilter too”.  So Bronwyn and I got together and enjoyed a little quilty talk together and some show and tell.  Bronwyn is a self professed bag lady, she told me, as she brought out a wonderful black and white bag to show me.

P4100003 Bronwyn’s lovely black and white bag

Bronwyn and her husband have a motor-home and has two quilts covering the squabs. This pattern is particularly suitable for those who buy jelly rolls, as it is all made from 2.5in strips.  More strips used on the other quilt in tones of soft blues and pink,  and  I particularly liked the hand appliquéd  vines and leaves.

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P4100004 Two quilts in the motor-home

It is always so nice to meet up with a fellow quilter.  We talked about our respective quilt groups, UFOs, and quilt shops too.  Great to meet you, Bronwyn, and thanks so much for sharing your lovely work with me.

P4100006 Bronwyn the Bag Lady, camping at Opotiki

3 comments:

Nancy J said...

Super bag, and I do like the jelly roll quit design.

Nancy J said...

oops, I posted, then realised a HUGE spelling mistake, how could I put "Quit" instead of "quilt"... sorry.sorry...

Jocelyn Thurston said...

Like you, I love the appliqued leaves. Quilters are everywhere, it seems!