Sunday, April 21, 2019

Show and tell

Nerida's medallion quilt is made with donated hexagons
and fabric from designer Anna Maria Horner's very first
range, Bohemian. Sue H and Daphne previously used
some of the blocks t make a table runner during our 2017 
end-of-year challenge to make something from another's
unfinished/abandoned project. The fabric is now all used!

As a recently retired long-arm quilter, Jo-Ann is adjusting
to quilting on her domestic machine again. She didn’t like
her first attempt on this one, so pulled it all out and re-quilted
it with parallel lines close together, and  she is much
happier with it!

Dawn is all but finished her jelly roll hexagon quilt.

Helen is making great progress with her fussy cut hexagons,
as she participates in an Instagram based sew-along focussed
on fussy cutting using diamond shapes for EPP

To see more about the sew-along, visit @naomialicec on or
#fussycuttingsewalong on Instagram.
Hilary is easing her houseguest, Grace into quilting via knitting.
Grace is pleased with her first knitting project, a warm cuddly
blanket, and Hilary has her eye on a first quilt pattern for
her willing pupil.

This is Lyn's second version of her pieced and appliqued
dinosaur quilt for a great nephew. The first one went astray in
the post, so Lyn made him another ...
... with a wonderfully apt backing fabric.

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