Maz brought along a piece of fabric she had been working on, with the intention of making a vest. The fibres of the top fabric have been felted into the lower fabric. It's likely to become a wall-hanging in due course.
Both of us worked on the top piece. Here's a close-up of Tricia's solo piece:
And here's Nola's solo sample, Bonfire Night:
OK I made the name upon the spot, but it has possibilities, doesn't it?
We were surprised at how noisy it was, though this was probably because it was being used on a fold-up craft table. We were also surprised at how cheap in price they are, compared to the well-known competition! I can't imagine spending thousands on a machine I'd only use occasionally, but a couple of hundred is a much better option, unless you intend to use it a lot. We are blown away by the work of fellow ATASDA member Felicity Clarke - you can see her work Connecting with the light here on the ATASDA members' blog.
Meanwhile, Helen was working on an unfinished work, which (ta da!) she finished on the day. She loves embroidering on rug canvas.