Thursday, 15 November 2012

Caverswall Quilt Cave

Lynda proudly held up her hand quilted and very cute teddy quilt for a toot toot toot moment. The printed panels are great for hand quilting because they have no seams to stitch through... 

My Mum Gwynneth was adding the binding to her Wonky Stars quilt, she prefers the traditional binding so it will be hand stitched to the back.

Gail decided to do all of the cutting for her next project so that she can wizz through the block making process by chain piecing. It's going to have the Friendship Star as the main block.

Mystery Margaret is making the most interesting of borders. They're pieced using every scrap of fabric left over from the main part of the quilt top and they look great.

Lynda's Ohio Star quilt, her latest project, is also having an interesting border to use up left overs, it's such a lot of fun this 'inventing game'

Jean Bean is on a 'finishing roll', she's decided to finish everything before starting a new project... now that will feel good eh! Free motion quilting all the background red fabric on this Square Dance design is making the dancing pin-wheels pop up... exactly as predicted.
Yes, I was in a hurry when writing this post, so if you're reading and thinking... "oh, that was brief" you passed the observation test, he he he

1 comment:

Alessandra said...

Oi to dando uma passadinha por aqui para ver como tudo anda
ficaria muito feliz com sua visita também , bom final de semana
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