Thursday, February 16, 2012

Show n Tell February 2012

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Suz Hoe Street by Mathea Daunheimer. Inspired from her time in China. See the detail in the close up below.
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Dock Ropes # 6 by Mathea Daunheimer. This series is based on a truck Mathea saw, full of old/to be recycled fishing rope. Check out all the stitching in the close up below.

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The View through the Trees, by Robyn Halverson. Robyn pieced the scene then cut it up & inserted the pieced trees.

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Jess Fraser made this from a NZ Quilter magazine pattern. Her Mum quilted it for her, and she has given it to her Nanny.

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Made by Shelia Udjur. It is a pattern she purchased from the Apple Basket a few years ago, and she decided it was time to make it up.

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Shelia Udjur made this for her Son & Daughter in laws wedding. She designed it in EQ6. It took 17 days to make from start to finish!

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Bruce the Rooster by Sonya Prchal. Sonya created this from a photo she took of a cheeky Rooster. Check out the stitching in the close up below.

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Table runner made by Pam Carr. 6 fat quarters made this and another for Pam's friend.

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Raewyn Jecentho made this from a kiwi jelly roll she purchased at Calico Christmas. This is only her second quilt. Quilted by Sandy Robinson.

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Sue Farrier made these beautiful bibs, I love the bee the best.

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Dorothy Terpstra made this bag form a Quilt Mania magazine. She managed to find similar fabric to that in the magazine too.

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This hand stitched table runner was made by Hazel Phillps. She said it was a good hand stitching project to take to meetings etc. (Sorry the edges aren't in the photo, it was on a table and my arms weren't long enough!)

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And finally my bit of mad sewing from the holiday break!

8 comments:

  1. Fantastic quilts, thanks for sharing.

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  2. Wow Leeann, that has to be the best show and tell so far....some fabulous work!

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  3. Not sure if it is just me and my computer but have you seen what happens to Sheila Udjul's quilt photo when you slowly scroll down past it? Optical illusion or what?

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  4. What a variety!. They are all lovely. Well done ladies.

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  5. WOW - what an awesome looking Black & White quilt!!! Did you notice while scrolling down your blog that it sotra comes to life and dances on the computer screen!!!??? Try it.

    Also love your Orca Bay Mystery quilt! What an accomplishment!! :)

    Love from Indiana! ~bonnie

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  6. I agree with Leeanne - one of the best show and tells yet! and I got the optical illusion thingey happening too.

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  7. Beautiful quilts, fabulous work by the ladies. Thanks for posting the pictures.

    Hi from Canada!

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  8. I loved the optical illusion too - bet it was great in person! Great quilts and some fabulous machine stitching!! Talented ladies!!

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