GOSH night

We had made more bags for children in the renal unit of Great Ormond Street on Tuesday. Aisha joined us which was lovely. The bags are very simple to construct once you get into the rhythm. And Katie had set-up a great work space and a lovely supper snack to keep us going.

Sue P’s excellent prep demonstrated it’s best to press at the same time as you cut-out if you’re prepping in advance of the evening. (At least for the tops of the two main square pieces.) Katie added gift tags to each bag so we could send a message to the reciplient.

We’ve all got a lot of scraps and offcuts so Hilary suggested making some quilts for Project Linus. She will host an evening on 9 April. All welcome: there will be hand-sewing, ironing and cutting-out roles if you don’t want to bring a sewing machine.




  1. Hello Kate & Sue
    Looking forward to seeing you on Thursday. Got the fabric for the top cut and ready so all you need to bring are your machines & kit.

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