Monday, May 29, 2017

Show N Tell Mat 2017

Gosh it's nearly the end of the month so I thought I better get around to posting the Show n Tell from the May Meeting!
Autumn Carpet by Lex Geange. 
Lex wrote  "I bought this pattern many years ago, designed by Ruth Powers. I began to construct it 2 years ago. It was fun to work on, having at least 10 different foundation pieced blocks. Sandy from Bernina quilted it for me- she is to be congratulated on producing such an intricate and professional finish. I am really thrilled with the end product"
Made by Kay Watson in Lynne Maddens Scrap Quilt Class


Made by Kerinda Robb in the same Scrap Quilt Class taken by Lynne Madden. Kerinda has changed the placement of her light and dark fabrics so her quilt looks very different from Kay's.


Dresden Plate Quilt made by Lynda Parker for her Mothers 80th Birthday (2 years ago). She will receive it this Mothers Day.

Detail of Lynda's quilt so you can see the lovely quilting.

Baby Quilt made by Pauline Schon. Started about 18mths ago for her grand daughter who has just turned 2.
The pattern is Sweet Dreams by Kids Quilts.


Silk scarf made by Anne Groufsky. Ann assisted a Textile Class at Creative Matakana and this is an example of the eco printing they did using gum leaves, maple leaves, ferns, rose leaves and smoke bush leaves.


Made by Rose Silvester for her brothers 65th Birthday. The design is by Pam Bono.




Made by Lynne Topia in Shadow Applique class with Juliet Fitness. Made for Lynne's cousins birthday.
Another by Lynne Topia.


Machine Embroidered cot quilt made by Anne Field.


Baskets of Flowers made by Corry Beertjes.


This is the first 2016 Shop Hop Quilt I have seen completed. 

Made by Evalyne Thomson, pattern by Sew Creative. Quilted By Sandy at Bernina.

Monstera Morning made by Lex Geange. " I bought the kit in Hawaii 4 years ago. The vibrant colous remind me of the tropical sunrises and lush vegetation."

4 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing. You have very talent education ladies in your group.

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  2. I love seeing the difference between Kerinda and Kay's quilts when you change the darks and lights, so interesting.

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  3. Such a variety of projects! Looks like a great show and tell.

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  4. A wonderful selection of different projects! I really love the two scrap quilt versions.

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