|Lyn's machine applique of Anne Sommerlad's design |
'Summer', from our workshop with Anne last year.
|Former member Maureen came up from the south coast. |
Her very large hexagon quilt has been some time in the making!
|Maureen's Japanese quilt won a Viewers' Choice award |
at the recent Red Berry Quilters show. The strips
are woven rather than pieced.
|Miriam mixed fabrics for her hexagon quilt p everything |
from batiks to reproductions. It was only when she finished
that she saw the happy accident of the light stars where
she had used light-value hexagons.
Read more about this quilt on Sew Miriam.
|Pat's 'Jolly Stars' quilt top from our workshop with |
Catherine Butterworth is elegantly sophisticated.
|Peggy has made wonderfully whimsical quilts for each of |
her grandchildren. This is number eight.
|Robyn's cheerful daisy hexagons are her own design. |
The quilt brightens a common area at Robyn's village.
|Val's contemporary design was made for a |
competition in the late 1990s. It travelled
to the US and Austria for exhibition.
|Roslyn's beautiful applique is based on the Rose Window |
in Notre Dame, Paris.It was made in the late 1990s
|Sue S's classic sampler with a delightful dancing dollies border.|
|Susan brought one her early quilts that suited the |
occasion well.She didn't know she had done broderie
perse borders until a more experienced quilter
pointed it out.
|Sue C's mother made her reversible quilted |
jacket more than forty years ago, and it still fits!
Thank you all for sharing your treasures - it was lovely to see them again, or for the first time.