Made in Australia from corrugated cardboard, this table is as solid as a rock when set up. In the box it will fit neatly under the bed.
A June Tailor Quilter's Mate - this is a large cutting mat perfect size for taking to classes.
A small Fiskars cutting mat.
A new aluminium yardstick.
A June Tailor Shape Cutter ruler - which I used to cut the borders for the Stained Glass quilt and it's a really nifty gadget. Takes all the pain out of cutting strips, and according to videos on You Tube it cuts great squares, rectangles, diamonds in large quantities so it'll be a big time saver.
This is another nifty gadget - videos on You Tube demonstrate this Square and Circular Pillow Template cutting pillows quickly and easily any size from 12 inches to 24 inches.
There was a travel iron too - another useful thing to take to classes rather than queuing for the ironing board.
Aren't I lucky?
I also got to see this lovely lady's beautiful quilts currently under construction. They were gorgeous and so precise, not to mention perfect colour combinations.
Last but not least I got a guided tour and demo of the all new singing and dancing Brother embroidery machine. I'm not going to go into details but it was AMAZING - I never thought I would want to pursue machine embroidery, but I could well be tempted if I spent too much time looking at that machine. Needless to say this lady's embroidery work was exquisite.