Thursday, June 22, 2017

New community quilts one-by-one

Here are the latest community quilt finished, that are pictured stacked and lined up in Sunday's post:

Some quilts just materialise from the scraps of others - this
one is the scraps from at least two others, with the addition of
a lovely raspberry spotty border. Magic, Chris and Lynette!

Perfect backing fabric for this vibrant top made by Robin,
quilted and bound by Lynette - and it was picked up in a
snap sale for $4 a meter at Craft Depot.

Sue C's second quilt from these jelly rolls, generously donated by
a friend, with a cream background from deep in Sue's own stash
- and a pretty blue backing, of course!
But wait till you see what 'Blue Sue' comes up with next!

Sue M has been hard at work for community quilts - she has
finished the one on the left made from small pieces sourced from
the community stash and the border fabric from her own stash,
and quilted and bound Robin's second donated top, on the right.
Margaret has packed a lot of fun into this beautiful, bright
patchwork with colourful swirls on the back. A little
kid, or maybe a big one, is going to love it.
Lyn pieced this beautiful patchwork flower garden as a 
background for an appliqued wrought iron gate that wasn't 
quite realised. Lynette has added a complimentary border
and floral backing 
from another donation. 
It will be well loved, with the 'gate' left wide open ...

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