|Margaret made the smallest of Miriam's bag patterns, in her |
favourite terracotta and turquoise. Birds were not compulsory,
but were a popular choice for the main panels ...
|... the reverse of Margaret's bag, also showing the |
long handle she added so she can use it as a
cross-over shoulder bag.
|Pat made the largest bag option in elegant cool tones. |
The navy and white French text fabric in the bottom
panel is from Spotlight.
|A glimpse inside Pat's bag - one of the inner pockets, |
in a complimentary back and white print.
|Daphne reached into her scrap bag and devised a triangle |
block that produced a secondary grid - gorgeous colours,
well finished with that lovely border print.
The binding is nearly finished.
|Louise C sewed and sewed on retreat with Studio Quilters |
- this very pretty blue chevron design is made with
pairs of rectangles. No triangles!
|Lousie C's 'fruit salad' version of the scrap quilt that |
Lyn also made in berry colours (here) - just two simple
blocks, great contrast to highlight the colours.
We can almost taste summer here, Louise.