|We didn;t race each other or the clock, but as the wrappers |
came off jelly rolls and we started to sew our strips together,
some of us made fabric puddles, that eventually turned
into cool quilt tops ...
|Helen cut strips from her stash, including a fabulous car print ...|
|Louise used a half jelly roll of batik fabrics in cool, cool blues ...|
|Elaine B opened her jelly roll and sewed the strips |
together as they came ...
|... as did Elaine W.|
|Nerida decided to do a little renovation homework to |
spread the colours out a bit ...
|Sharron's 'Beach Road' jelly roll designed by |
Jen Kingwell might have been made for this construction.
|Marilyn's strips alternated to give a clear graphic design ...|
|Jill cut strips from solid fat quarters, but didn't measure their entire length, so she added a contrasting border ...|
Some people were more ordered, and are making fancier, block based quilts ...
|Hilary is using French General fabric to make pieced hexagons ...|
|... like these beauties made by Pat|
|By Monday's meeting Susan had several blue and white |
hexagon blocks made.
|Roslyn came armed with a pattern from a book and |
several prepped pieced strips ...
|... to make these pretty blocks that require careful |
arrangement of the pieces.
|Yvette brought an elegant jelly roll from which she |
pieced some stunning star blocks