| Helen rescued a single star block, knowing that she had |
complimentary fabrics for borders in her stash.
|Elaine finished joining Peggy's hexagon flowers, that were |
started long ago, added some new ones and is ready to
appliqué them to a border
|Janet says she attracts orphan blocks like this near-vintage |
collection that she handed over to Lynette - and another
community quilt came to life with additional donated fabrics.
|Jill updated and enlarged Helen's small navy and red log cabin quilt top|
|Hilary also rescued s single star block and used it as a feature |
panel in one of the ten SewMiriam zip top bags she has made!
These challenge quilts were team efforts ...
|Lyn re-jigged a large top that she thought was 'too brown' |
into two, and Lynette practised spiral quilting on one for
a community quilt
|Daphne and Sue H worked together to join up some large |
pieced hexagon blocks into a table runner.
|Lyn used some of the strips of a penguin print to sash |
complimentary 'In a Whirl' blocks made with SewMiriam's
tutorial. It came to a community sewing day for basting, and Lyn
quilted it for community quilts.
And some people have decided not to have their quilts photographed until they are finished - so there will be more!