Thursday, 16 October 2014

Stitching News

This is Fran's Hexagon sandwich... we're loving this design. It looks really complicated giving it the Wow factor but... in truth it's just a fabulous Moda Jelly Roll, sewn into strip sets of three fabrics... chopped up again into equilateral triangles and sewn back together... how hard can that be? ha ha ha
Rose is on the home straight with her beautiful Red and Cream fundraiser quilt... she's trimming the crusts from her quilted sandwich in the picture. Binding has been sorted and a tooting session is planned for the very near future.
Gail announced that she has thoroughly enjoyed making this quilt top. She loves the bugs and had a lot of fun stitching them... but she doesn't want to keep the quilt... she's decided to finish it then to decide what to do with it.
Once again Princess Jackie has us standing, open mouthed as we watch her make this delightful sandwich... she's so good at choosing perfect colours and fabrics for her fun quilts. It's a Kid's Quilts pattern with a Jackie twist! Wait 'til you see the back!
New Sue finished her Dresden Plate gifting cushion. She used 4 1/2" strips for her blades which makes a 12" plate, perfect as Sue wanted to use a 16" cushion. I do believe we should be toot toot tooting... it's a fabulous finish!

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