Thursday 21 August 2014

Stitching News

Let's start with a fabulous and finished fanfare for New Sue...
This is a very quick quilt to make if you're ever needing on in a hurry.
It's a pattern for a Layer Cake but Sue used a pile of gifted to her fabrics
and cut her very own 10" squares...
This is the back of Sue's Hexagon quilt...
I wanted you to see her fabulous free-motion quilting. Toot Toot toot Sue,
Now here's the thing... This quilt is a keeper!
It's not being given away to anyone!! 
Giggly Gillian has her  lovely daisies stitched on to the pieced background. This cushion is going to have a zip in the back... so Gillian put it away until she can summon up the courage to purchase one of my zips...  No, that wasn't it at all... she wanted to finish her grand daughter's cuddle quilt first.

Toot toot toot.... Joan The Shop finished her Large Reversible Bag. The one she started at the workshop on Saturday, she only had about ten minutes more stitching to do... It's fabulous and finished and already full of bits and bobs
Fran Cup Cake is making a Hexagon quilt from a Moda Jelly Roll.
After sewing all the strips together, she cut them up again using her shiny new 60 degree triangle ruler... then sewed them all together again into half Hexagons... more progress as it happens. Fran want's to keep this project for working on is class.
Christabelle has designed another lovely quilt. Bears and honey pots... it's so very, very cute. This little quilt will be good for any colour of baby too as we don't know whether the new arrival will be pink or blue...
quite a cunning plan Christabelle!

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