Friday 16 January 2015

Stitching News

Peggy added the borders to her scrumptious, scraptastic quilt top. She followed the instructions from her own book and feels a great sense of achievement for having done so. I always encourage my pupils to save their scraps and left-overs... they're great for multi fabric projects... and, you know, that you pay the same price for all those scraps... so please Don't throw them out!
Diane finished all of her units and was able to stitch them together into rows, watching the design carefully... isn't this looking great... the fabrics are from the About A Boy range... did I mention that I have them all in stock! 
Di Butterfly has a new grand baby and wants him to be brought up correctly... surrounded by nanas quilted goodies! he he. A car seat quilt with beautiful and modern fabrics (Art Gallery) with fussy cut applique hearts should see him right for a while... see the little hearts around the borders too?

Brenda Barbara added inner and outer borders to her Bali Batik Railfence design quilt, my goodness it's a scrumptious quilt... by the end of class this beauty had been sandwiched ready for some stylish quilting.
Sheila's table. She had little batik strips everywhere as she was making her border strips and wanted them in a certain order... Good job she was working in a corner as people whooshing by might have upset the apple cart for Sheila... By the way... in January only this fantastic Juki HZL 600f sewing computer has been reduced to an amazing price. Call me for details and to book a "Play session"
Brenda Duck brought in her finished and fabulous Railfence table runner... she has really enjoyed having it on her table over the festive season and feels very proud to have completed it on time. She started a new project with applique... more next time.
Merrily is very happy with her new Christmas present... From Merrily To Merrily... how wonderful to get a fabulous new sewing machine for your very own self, from your very own self!! No worries about getting the wrong one eh!! Merrily has transformed a simple appliqued project into another masterpiece... more on this also, next week

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