Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Stitching News

Christabelle started this project a while ago...
It comes out from time to time to have a few more stitch details added.
When you're working on large quilts and projects needing to be done in a hurry... which is what Chris has been up to... it feels good to have an 'on-going and familiar' little something to work on
Now that PM Pam decided to 'get on and finish' her 'Lazy Daizy' quilt she's wondering why she had set it on one side all those months ago...
She's enjoying herself and... I think you can see...
she's doing a few things not in the original pattern, how arty-farty are you Pam!
Gail finished her baby play mat/quilt top... Lovely Ladybirds in a rainbow of colours. This quilt might have to wait to be made into a sandwich and finished though... Gail sandwiched three large beauties recently... and they have to be quilted!
Giggly Gillian already made a quilt like this one... it's finished and it's hanging up looking fabulous... the trouble with displaying our works of art though, is that other people want them too and so the commissions just roll in, ha! Gillian's making this leafy lovely for a family member... she doesn't really take orders willy-nilly...
Aha.... or does she? I'm sure Giggly Gillian is making this kiddy quilt to be gifted?
Those corner stones look great don't they? Who would ever have known that there wasn't quite enough fabric on the length to go straight across those borders??
Gotta love quilt Fudge eh
My Mum Gwynneth wanted to make a quick project before going off on her Jolly Holidays... this table runner, made with one Charm Pack, or 42 x 5" squares of your very own choice could be one of the quickest yet! No binding and easy quilting!
And now I give to my very own self, a Toot toot toot fanfare for my fabulous and finished Hexagon quilt. Made with one Moda Jelly Roll plus the black fabric, and backing of course... This was hand quilted with my very own, super duper, all working fabulously... New hands!!! It's hanging on my very own classroom wall and it's ever so easy to make, I promise!

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