Friday, 6 August 2010


This is my example for the latest Bargello workshop
Sharron started with this sample and apprently she is going to expand it to a larger piece.
Gill used these bright colours to produce this sample.
Betty managed to use some more of her scraps to produce this sample. Betty has been trying to use up her scraps but it is an a impossible task.
Bridget selected these materials and enthused to either expand this or make a large quilt based on bargello.

Vivienne managed to produce this despite missing one row. See if you can find it.
Gill has tried this bag for her sons partner and I am sure she will be making more.
Gill has made this lovely crazy quilt for her sons partner. It is made with brushed cotton and worked really well.
Willow my grand daughter now 1 year old. What a sweetie.

Jacky was going to make a small wall hanging but it ended up 4 times bigger. Well done.

Linda wanted to try foundation piecing and this dolls cot quilt is one of a pair.

Workshop examples for Pot Luck applique. Both bonded and hand turned applique was tried. Students results in 1 day finished results to follow in August or September.

Betty chose to position the large pot as 3 together.

Carole liked the slimmer vases and made this layout.

Vivienne selected 3 different vases and later added some flowers.

These were the hand turned applique to give the students an opportunity to find their preference.

Elsie made this bag for her grandaughter who is studying music.

This is the other side of Elsies bag.

Rae has made her version of the quick crazy quilt. Since the workshop that I ran earlier this year.

Keren is making this lap quilt for her mother to keep her warm.

A lovely cushion using log cabin.