Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Stitching News

Sporty Sue added the final 2 borders to her delicious sampler quilt.
She's thoroughly enjoyed making the blocks and has learned a trick or two along the way. Sandwich time is fast approaching for Sue 

Auntie June was so excited when it came to her very first sandwich time, with her Railfence kiddy quilt... She was able to use her brand new walking foot on her very own, band new, Juki HZL 210 for the very first time too... every step of the way this lady got deeper and deeper, she's here now... on the dark side!!! welcome June!!! ha ha ha

This is a special quilt brought in by a customer needing wadding and backing fabric. Those beautiful floral blocks are all Cross Stitched... neat, neat, neat... my goodness they were! It is her first quilt and is being made to be gifted... lovely.

A toot toot toot now for Morning Judith. One cushion fabulous and finished, though here it is cushion-less. Judith enjoys making pictorial quilted doo-dahs. Doo-dahs... a word that  includes everything I think!
Patchwork and Quilting... not just for covering beds!

Merrily ran up this little peg bag up, lick-etty-split at home. Toot toot toot for the finish Merrily... beautiful and very neat stitching, pattern from a magazine, as you can see by the artistic staging for my photo! ha ha 

Kate used her Simon Henry workshop sample to make a most fabulous tote bag... what a brilliant idea!! I would never have thought of doing that, would you? I have a few samples tucked away somewhere... it might be time to go rooting!
I am so very behind with things, enjoying a weekend at the Festival of Quilts made all the jobs back up... those blooming fairies didn't come to do it Cathy!

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