|Daphne is making this wonderfully graphic quilt in classes |
with Chris Jurd - she's contemplating something for the middle
of the centre block, and additional borders. Great colours!
|Elaine W is making two versions of Sarah Fielke's Millefiori |
quilt (from her book Hand Quilted with Love) for when her
two little granddaughters return to Australia to live. The
next one is more turquoise than pink - very pretty, but she
needs to get a move on, she says.
|Janice is not yet done with the beautiful possibilities of Liberty, |
linen and Miriam's little bag. The matching needle case is a
|JoAnn and Marilyn sat next to each other last week, and |
compared hexagons - Marilyn's are 3/8", and Jo's are a giant 2 inches!
|Robyn L is embroidering this beautiful bird panel on linen ...|
| ... and you can see that she knows exactly what she is doing |
with her needle and thread.
|Robyn L is also making a pair of quilts for children, |
from squares cut from a panel - this one for a little girl ...
|... including this very cool mermaid!|
|... and tiny applique's for the next one that is for a little boy.|
|For another project, Sue C is making these colourful blocks full of curves.|
|And in a complete departure from her usual colour preference |
of the many hues and shades of blue, Sue C is using up the scraps
from a recent pink quilt for a little girl as tumblers that will eventually
be a new quilt for another child.
|Jill was removing the papers from foundation pieced |
blocks for a baby quilt ...