Sunday, 18 November 2012
Julia's scrap bag made for a friend
Linda extracted this from an american influence
Leza has made this from her late husbands ties as a bag to use in the car
Estelle is really pleased with this quilt from the stash buster book by Lynne Edwards
Carol has made this bag which started in the attic window workshop
Margaret became hooked on these small bags
Margaret has made this travel bag with the world maps showing the way
Jayne has followed Ferret's book and made this quilt as you go method
This is the back of the quilt above
Monday, 5 November 2012
Jean has made this quilt from Stashbuster book by Lynne Edwards
Leza has finally finished this quilt by doing the hand quilting in the border.
Tracy has gone modern
Margaret from Wednesay afternoon has made this quilt from animal prints. This is the back.
This is the front.
Margaret managed this quilt at the workshop and coped even with back pain.
Pauline found a pattern then modified it to make this super bag.
Val wanted to go bananas with the help of some monkeys.
Betty has now finished this kaleidiscope.
Margaret designed and made this cot quilt.
Christine has now got to grips with foundation piecing.
Monday, 8 October 2012
Example by Jean for Workshop
Tracy chose this purple and turquose mix
Betty was not pleased with this but I am sure it will blossom
Rae chose this subtle selection
Sharron went dotty doing this one for Christmas
Estelle selected a gold influence on her star
Julia selected the purple star
Jayne has made this star from the same materials used in her quilt
Barbara made this coffee coloured star