The organizer, Tailor and Alteration Needlework Club, was originally established as a tailor shop, by a lady called Susan, in 1993.
Now Susan's son and her sister's daughter are taking over the business and shifting it into a hand craft store.
The one in charge of our workshop was Sherry with an adorable six month old baby, Nana.
We gave one day workshops at their store from the 28th to the 30th of October.
Each workshop was full and we mainly worked on punch needle and applique.
The students were all experienced and enthusiastic to learn new techniques and absorb fresh ideas.
Esther was our interpreter. Actually she is not a quilter, but was very quick to understand what Masako was trying to say!
One student brought a book to be autographed.
We had never seen the Chinese version of the new book "Quilts for Living"!
Group photos. They all look pretty happy!
We prepared secret gifts for three persons each day.
The way of choosing the lucky three was Rock Paper Scissors.
Everybody got so excited!
What people say about Hong Kong cuisine was absolutely correct.
There must be no need to explain how good they are by looking at photos above.
Everything tasted excellent and made us want to go back very soon. So addictive!
One of the famous sites in Hong Kong is the night view along the ocean.
From the left to the right, Esther, Sherry, Nana, Masako, Sherry's mother and me in the house panel apron.
Thank you very much, Sherry, for a wonderful time!