Louise W-S used her favourite pineapple print, and a combination
of wonderful sashing fabrics to make the sweetest little quilt for
her newest neighbour, baby Margaux. Lucky baby.
|A great fabric for cat and book lovers. Julie made this |
almost wholecloth quilt for her grandson.
|Nerida's daughter is off to study overseas soon, with |
a Mum-made bag for precious bits and pieces - a lovely
reminder of home.
|Miriam has enjoyed hand piecing Judy Newman's 'Emma Mary' |
border blocks, using an older liberty print for the joining squares,
but without the centre medallion - it's nearly big enough.
|Julie's second community tumbler quilt made |
from a fabric bundle donated by Noelle, and a
beautifully warm rug done in Tunisian knit stitch,
that is actually a crochet method ...
|All the spots and dots, and the occasional kitten. Yvette used |
every spot print she could find in the community stash, and
filled a few gaps with a print that features a spotty cat.
Four hundred 3" squares makes a generous sized community quilt.
|Circle quilting compliments the squares and all |
the dottiness, and the pretty pink backing allows
the quilting to star.
|Jill finished the quilt top after a workshop with Catherine |
Butterworth in 2015, and it waited to find a home for more than
2 years. Jo-Ann Phillips has now quilted it, ready to be donated
to Studio ARTES for a fundraiser next month.