Once again it's been a very eventful time round here... Mostly Molly Dog related but all is well now. I hope you have a cup of tea or coffee in hand as this will be a long post with lots of pictures in an effort to catch up with my very own self... and your very good selves... just in case you've missed my more regular posts... have you?
|Farmer Lynda completed her first quilted block and I'm happy to report that she loves it... more Dutchman's Puzzle blocks will be made and quilted ready for joining using the wonderful apartment joining method that we love!|
|Our Sheila made all four of these cushions in the one session. She arrived with all of the fabrics cut to size so they came together Lick-etty-Split. A novel Quilt-As-You-Go method was used... and a workshop will be announced soon for spring 2016!!|
|Sister Susie made a few more of her Sawtooth Star blocks. She's using this No Waste Flying Geese method which his brilliant!! It's easy and almost foolproof... I think Susie needs to make a few more blocks yet... maybe enough for twelve in total... I forget now...|
|AnnBacan wanted to use up a few bits and pieces of fabric left over from quilt making... this is one side of her cushion, a perfect match for the quilt it will be sitting with and...|
|This is the other side of Ann's cushion, also a perfect match for the quilt it will sit with... a double sided quilt with a double sided cushion... toot toot toot Annbacan... this fits the brief perfectly|
|Fran Cupcake is having a wonderful time making this little quilt... as you can see she's using the fabulous iron on, tear away stabilizer for the embroidered writing.... it works really well and no-one will ever know it was used!!|
|Di Butterfly found my lightbox very useful indeed... you know we aim to please!!! This Kid's Quilts stocking is such a lovely little project... all the bits were put in perfect places ready for stitching.|
|Our Sheila's Hedgehog quilt had the finishing touches added... She used a decorative stitch or two and he turned out very smart indeed. A lovely cushion and a great conversation piece, I'm sure.|
We are up to date now... I will try to post piccies of my design wall in Quilty Quarters tomorrow... I've been playing with a Jelly Roll!