Bonnie was doing her live webcam feed at 9pm her time. World Clock (thank you Google) told me that it would be 12 noon here in Queensland. Wow - if I get my shopping finished on time, I'll be able to join in the fun. I raced home and was right on time. How much fun is the quiltcam! I felt like I was sewing with a friend. It was mighty hot in the sewing room, but I managed to get the borders sewn on to my granddaughter's quilt as well as some snowball blocks for an I-spy quilt.
The blocks Bonnie was sewing were Moth in the Window - a pattern she wrote for Quiltmaker magazine. I don't have the mag - do we even get it here in Australia? Dunno. Anyway, I reverse engineered it (are we allowed to do that?) and here she is - my very first Moth in the Window block made from my 2.5" strip bin scraps. The block finishes at 8" and I should have enough of the backgrounds to do 30 blocks - a nice lap sized quilt.
I like it.
I like it a lot.