Saturday, 19 January 2013

Whirling op art workshop 16th March

Whirling op art example
 Lynne chose black and white for her sample
 Rae chose black and white set in red
Rory chose batiks for her sample

January items

 Val has had fun making a French braids table runner.

 Sue a beginner has just completed this famous Jeaniality bag.
Leanna has made a small purse for a Georgia a friends daughter.

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

December items

 Sandra has made this scrap quilt from Katherine Guerriers book

 Rae has made this lovely quilt using rail fence and also added pillow shams to match. This was quilted by Sue of Quiltessence

 Julie has made a cosy quilt for her sister
 Linda has gone modern with this cot quilt

 Tracy has made her own design 
 Alex has made this French braids quilt. The colours worked very well. 
 Margaret wanted a cot quilt with trains on and designed this herself. 
 Lynne has finished this complicated wonky start quilt Note that there are 2 sizes of starts.
 Jean has made a fun colourful quilt for her grandson.
 All the students made a block and Mags, Mary and I put the blocks together with quilt as you go method.   This quilt is going for charity.

 Carol one of the beginners has made this lovely table runner for Christmas.
 Val has made this V shaped pillow for a friend.
 Leza has made this quilt travel bag.
 Barbara has just finished this lovely quilt and quilted by Sue of Quiltessence.
 Carol made a quick Santa stocking.
Leza has made a kindle cover. 
 Leza has made a scrabble cushion.
 Tracy has made a kindle cover.
Betty has made this lovely cushion. 

Kaleidoscope workshop for February 23rd

This is an example of a produced block but those doing the workshop will be drawing their own so each one will be individual. this one has a mirrored block but they could all be identical. This block uses 6 different patterned materials more or less could be used. The block can be very simple or those with more ability can make it more complicated.