Wednesday, June 12, 2013

June Show n Tell (Thanks to Sonya)

When I checked my email today I found a couple from Sonya with photos of last Saturdays Show n Tell. So Cinderella you can go to the ball. So you can enjoy Show n Tell after all :-)

I hadn't asked anyone to take photo's for me, so I was pleasantly surprised to find them. Thanks Sonya I appreciate the time and effort involved, getting the photos to me.

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These two Rail Fence quilt tops are charity quilts that were started a couple of weeks ago at a club working day. Both have turned out wonderful and I look forward to seeing them next club today (hopefully quilted)
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Helen Barron made this charity quilt with the help of some friends at a weekend retreat.

 It will soon be with the little girl it was made for (just the binding to finish)

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Shattered Nine Patch by Jacqui Howarth 

(opps to much sunshine, obviously to was a lovely sunny day!)

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Pauline Schon made this stack n whack quilt in a recent class with Janet Greeks

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Maureen Gray made this lovely cat quilt for a little girl called Kay Leigh

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'Life is Beautiful' a lovely stitchery quilt made by Maria New. 

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Lynda Parker made this for her daughter and son in law to celebrate their 1st wedding anniversary 

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Kaye O'Hagan made this for Jack her 19th grandchild!

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Mystery quilt from the Ngunguru group made by Tess Harris

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'Free Range' made by Lynda Parker

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Made by Jenny Gough (inspired by a painting, I think!)

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Carmel Spray made this to use up some scraps, and is donating to Starship

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Gaye Miller and Jess Fraser made these from a lino cut, and freemotion quilting. 

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And last but not least a quilt made by Elaine Healey for Starship Childrens Hospital 

Thanks again to Sonya for taking the time to take photos last Saturday.


6 comments:

  1. Thanks Sonya and Leanne for sharing , I love the cats and the chickens

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  2. Thanks Sonya. Always nice to look at other people's quilts. Like the rail fence quilts - so simple but always effective.

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  3. Ain't that chicken quilt a hoot! Wonder if it is a pattern?

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  4. Lots of lovely work there. Thanks. I really like jenny Gough's Modern wall hanging and the sturdy legs on the free range chooks made me laugh _ I bet those chickens lay really good eggs!

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  5. Wow, Jenny really did a fabulous job on that one! What a feat! I'm still trying to figure out how she put all that together.
    Hadda say, about your last post with the 185 chairs...So moving...An amazing installation, thanks for sharing that.
    -Sarah

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