Friday, 15 October 2010

Celtic applique workshop October 30th

This is my sample of the piece we are doing at the celtic applque workshop. Watch this space to see the results of the students work.

Saturday, 2 October 2010

October Free machining workshop

Some of my samples ready for the Free machining workshop Oct 2nd. Students work is below.

Workshop results after 6 hours. Well done. Now they are ready to add to future quilts.

Sandie from Wednesday afternoon

Carol from Tuesday afternoon class

Christine found out about workshops at Quarterjacks Upton House exhibition

Gill who worked at Xansa and so did I years ago

Estelle from Tuesday afternoon class

Rory from Thursday afternoon

Gill from wednesday afternoon class


Mary like me can not resist doing a bit of patchwork on holiday and look at the result. A rich crazy patchwork using all the fancy stitches on her machine.
Mary loves experimenting with her fabrics and this has really worked well

Barbara has finished her travel bag and I must apologies about the icture quality

Ineke has surprised herself and come to really like her jelly roll quilt after all.

Rory has not just made one of these cushions but four. Unfortunayely it is not possible to appreciate the quilting on this photo.

Peggy is a relatively new member of my Thursday afternoon class but with sheer determination she has managed to make her first quilt. She is deservedly very proud of her achievement.

Susanne has finished this beautiful summerly quilt for her daughter. I had a problem taking a photo as it is so big. Well done its a master piece.

Trish from Thursday afternoon has just managed this baby block wall hanging. Not an easy task so well done.

Gill from Wednesday afternoon has made a second bag of her own design.

Margaret from wednesday afternoon class is making place mats and this is one of them. The borders really worked well.

Val was experimenting and produced these 2 cushions.

Val from Monday evening made this to store her Yoga mat.

Julie from Wednesday morning is ready to go travelling now that her Bargello bag is finished.

Rae has been busy making play mats. This one was based on the crazy patchwork design we did recently in a Jeaniality workshop.

I could not resist adding this picture of Willow with adam at Praa sands.

Carol has made this from a Jelly Roll by making squares then chopping into triangles then rejoining the blocks.

Jan has made this pictorial appliqued quilt based on transport for a little chap called Robert.