Tuesday, 22 June 2010


Val is a new beginner and she has made this cushion for her conservatory.
This was val's very first item and apologies about the focus. well done.

Thisn is the back of Gill's new foundation pineapple quilt and quilted by Sue of Quiltessence and what a wonderful job.

Here is Gill's cot quilt using foundation pineapple blocks inspired by the workshop done earlier.

Sylvia has produced this sew a Row quilt from the book by Karin Hellaby. It is a good learning book for beginners instead of doing sampler quilts and well done sylvia it looks stunning.

Estelle has also done a Sew a row quilt and used a lot of her stash and worked really well.

Margaret has completed her French braid piece made during a previous workshop. This has lovely colours.

During my Wednesday morning class we did some stained glass pieces from Gail Lawther.

Lynne also did the same as Julie and made hers in red.

Jean made this fron Gail's book with these lovely beach huts. The border was made with material with pebbles on and so appropriate.

Well done Ineke with this Bargello travel bag. Stunning.


The last workshop was Quick crazy patchwork and this is one of the blocks from the project.
This is my Quick crazy patchwork sample which is the base of the workshop.

Margaret produced this on the day. I am impressed they managed so much in 6 hours it certainly was quick
Gill also managed to complete all blocks and add sashing and border using batiks. This really worked well.

Betty did not add sashing and used up more of her stash. this looked a lot better than expected by Betty.

Mary also finished this in 6 hours and used white as sahing and border which looks very fresh.
Mary is part of the Infinity group I run as well as a class member and she has made this amazing contemporary tree.

Betty has made this bag using a japanese folded method. The pieces were joined with zig zag stitch.