Eureka I have at last found my blog. I dont know
how I lost it , but as you will no doubt realise
a tech wizard I'm not. Some of these pictures
could be 2 weeks old so I apologise in advance.
|This is a table quilt by Jenny, in lovely shades of|
Turquoise and Grey's.
|These are Irenes latest buy, pre printed piecing to make |
the blocks illustrated. A safe way for some to make
blocks , you sew it all then cut through the paper.
|This is an ongoing cushion by Margaret. a cut down|
version of Annie pies flag, as seen in the pics.
|This is the start of Val's scrap quilt, set on the stage|
this shows the contrast the dark sections will have.
|Also Val has made this German pattern of a|
wrap around pinafore dress for her grand
daughter, the bear and the bunny are
the same on the back too.
|This is Kate's super king size quilt. A true labour |
of love. Kate has been working on this for
quite a long time. Other projects in between,
always returning to this . It is really stunning.
|Another project by Kate, a beautiful Fairy quilt|
as a gift to a lover of fairies.
|Marissabell started this quilt with hearts cut out|
from the Accuquilt machine. This also is a gift
for a friend. all beautifully quilted and ready
|This is the start of Chris's coffee table runner, such a|
lovely print and has been so popular in class.
|This beautiful bag by Lynda is to carry all her|
sewing boxes, such a super print that she has quilted
all around the images so that they look like applique.
|As Lynda is the queen of bag making, these 2 are|
the summer light weight bags for shopping.
I'm sure she has a bag for every day.
|This is my tumbling block quilt. So easy to do|
and so addictive. I've made a Tumbling block
before with diamonds, never again after this
one, its only half sq. triangles and squares.
All pieced now and sandwiched just
waiting to be quilted.