Wednesday, 26 March 2014
|Morning Judith's Crumbs with Mile A Minute blocks|
Sandwiched and ready for quilting with her walking foot.
|AnnBacan's centre on her Lone Star wasn't playing nicely |
so we took the decision to replace it with a new one
|Jan is using up the remaining pieces of fabric for her sampler quilt...|
she needs two more blocks after completing these framed Hour Glass blocks.
|PM Pam's Lone Star has been an upward learning curve... |
It's been well worth all the fiddling and fudging, don't you think?
|Gail finished her Large Reversible Bag, my picture is rubbish!|
|Susan finished her Large Reversible Bag, a better picture this time|
|PM Pam's second of three Large Reversible Bags... |
oooooh 'eck Pam, remember what happened with the cushion making?
Sunday, 23 March 2014
|Josie found a pattern in one of those £2.99 books from Aldi.|
Of course she didn't remember bring the book with her to class...
this is what we made from Josie's description... didn't we do well!
|Di Butterfly is using a pattern from a British Patchwork and Quilting magazine... |
the red quilt you see there in the picture.
She's learning lots about sewing with triangles
|Barbara BB's feeling very proud of her very own self.|
She stitched the morning away enjoying the company around her...
Patchwork and quilting really does get easier as time goes by...
practice makes perfect... you surely heard that many times before?
|Bitten by the 'sewing pre-cut squares bug', Peggy chose a Charm Pack ready to make a lap quilt ... all for her very own self. |
We had fun choosing the lay out... but that's a whole 'nother story.
Friday, 21 March 2014
|Joan The Shop's first block from the Snowman Collector quilt.|
One done, eleven to go.
|My Wife Beth wanted to use up some of her pinky-pink stash.|
With no real plan, after a few wise words, she made up these blocks
|Chris The Foot is making steady progress with her 54-40 or Fight blocks.|
|Lynda continues to make up 'rooms' for her 'apartment' quilting|
|Kate's making Dresden Plates, not for cushions though...|
these plates will be quilt borders, interesting eh!
|My Mum Gwynneth made this shape while testing out a pattern...|
After studying her pattern a bit better, she's back on track...
it will be a rectangle.
|Gail added her borders and could be ready for sandwiching next time|
Wednesday, 19 March 2014
|Krafty Karen's Large Reversible Bag, finished and fabulous|
Fabric is Dutch Chintz design.
|Lady Judith's Large Reversible Bag, finished and fabulous|
Fabric is Tula Pink from Free Spirit fabrics
|Lovely Lyn's kiddy play mat. Being quilted ready for gifting.|
|Rose made her Log Cabin sandwich and started quilting.|
Tuesday, 18 March 2014
Christabelle made this quilt for gifting... a very lucky fellow will be extremely happy to receive it I am sure. The pattern is from one of the Jelly Roll books... of course you don't have to use a Jelly Roll, Chris had a ball choosing her fabrics to suit the theme for her musician... who plays guitar... I bet you guessed that though?
Monday, 17 March 2014
|Joan The Shop loves to make appliqué projects.|
This one made with a pattern from Kids Quilts,
Of course we sell the patterns in my very own quilt shop!
|Dotty made a double sided jacket... It's not quite finished yet...|
You probably guessed that when you spotted the pins ?
The design has been made up by Dotty, in her very own head!
If you enjoy that you could always click on Our Quilts On Show up to December 2013 it's fun to see all the fabulous and finished projects, no matter when they were made, they can still inspire.