As the meeting is usually over in half an hour, to make it more interesting each group was asked to display some of their work.We didn't wish to put out anything that will be in our Exhibition in 2 weeks time so we displayed about a third of the quilts the group has made for the Homes of Hope project.
Here some are folded up in a pile. I cannot find any good way to get them all into one photo. I will try one more time tomorrow before we hand them over.
This is how we are storing and delivering the quilts. These plastic cases had electric blankets or duvet inners in them originally and ladies have donated them to transport the quilts. As there are more than 20 quilts we know they will not all get used straight away and we weren't sure how they might get stored till needed, so this was a good solution. I am so proud of the response from members who have donated some lovely quilts. It is always the same generous ladies who give their time. Thanks girls. 13 of our members attened the meeting, so we were well represented.
The photographers displayed some lovely work too.
They have their own dark room in the building.The potters have their own wet area. Everyone shares the largest meeting room the kitchen and the furniture.