Friday, October 19, 2012

Show n Tell, October 2012

We had a nice varied Show n Tell last Saturday. It never ceases to amaze me that club members have so many finished quilts each month! 

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'Star Dreamer' by Jennifer Cullen, a Lone Star made for her cousin. Jennifer started with a pattern from a magazine, but then added her own border design. 

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Jane Robinson stitched this beautiful quilt. Hand embroidered, machine pieced and hand quilted. 


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A close up of one of Jane's embroidered blocks.


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'I Do Love to be Beside the Seaside' by Janet Greeks. Janet designed the quilt around the squares of nautical fabric she purchased from the Country Yard. 


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Helen Barnes made this batik beauty to use some six inch squares from Tulis Fabrics. The pattern is by Susan Claire. 


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Helen Barron made this quilt for an 18 year old girl in her family. I'm sure she will love it, the colours are just beautiful (photo doesn't do them justice!) Beautifully hand quilted as usual by Helen. 


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'Country Pieces' by Jennifer Cullen. Made for her Brother with fabric scraps from her Sister. A real family project!


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Made by Pam Carr, quilted by Wendy McGee. A really fun design.


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'Landscape' by Robin Halverson. Hand dyed and commercial fabrics, thread painted Tui. 


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Shirley Julian made this wallhanging from an old Aust. P&Q mag, as a challenge with her satellite group. Shirley made it  her personal challenge to only use her stash fabric.  


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'Set Adrift' by Sonya Prchal. Sonya thread painted her dog from a photo. Don't worry he was only adrift for a moment before being saved!


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At a previous club day we were given a Sudoku puzzle to complete, with a pattern on the back to make a fabric version if we wanted to. Rose Silvester met the challenge by making this cushion.  


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Alison McRae decided she should make one too if Rose was! So here's her version.

Well done both of you.

3 comments:

  1. Lovely as usual! Especially like the colours on the one for the teenage girl.

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  2. Lovely quilts from your ladies again, thanks for showing us.

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