Friday, July 24, 2015

Recent show and tell ...

Dawn enjoys making disappearing 4-patch blocks - this quilt
is for her own family, but she liked it so much that she found
some similar fabrics in the community stash and has just
about finished one to donate as well. Doesn't that vibrant
coral border look good with the soft, more neutral colours?
Louise W-S is making a pair of quilts for family members
who are dealing with going through very tough times. She
is hand quilting both of them.
Nerida's gorgeous version of Jen Kingwell's pattern,
'Midnight at the Oasis' - the churn dash border is very, very cute.
(A link to the pattern for purchase will be added when the internet
access here is more co-operative.)
Robin S said she wasn't making any more large quilts
- so she made a few hexagons for the first time.
Her husband is counting them, and it's more
than 2000 so far ... good thing they're only 1" !
We had a preview of Robin W's latest delightful
 excursion through her Kaffe Fasset stash, using  jelly roll.
Jill has re-engineered some flannel blocks made a
couple of years ago, and backed it with flannel
as well for a very warm quilt.

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