The second workshop was on adding borders, and choosing fabric for borders. Holding it at Cottage Quiltworks in Warriewood was a great help! Several quilters have continued with monthly classes at Cottage Quiltworks, building up their borders under Margaret's guidance.
More quilts from the initial workshop are still in progress.
|Helen Battellino finished her long term hexagon project, |
brought together in Margaret Sampson George style with a
variety of borders using many prints and techniques.
|My Happy Place, made by Miriam Jones was the runner up |
Viewers' Choice at our 2016 Quilt Show.
|Georgie Patrickson chose Margaret's 'Jane Pizar' design as |
her centre medallion, and worked on borders for two more
years. She is now more than half way through hand quilting.
|Sue Crowe added borders to her teacups medallion under |
Margaret's guidance, and is now hand quilting it.
|Elsa Kachwalla's first finished quilt, started in Margaret Sampson |
George's 2013 workshop, and finished in 2014 - not the easiest
design to choose for your very first quilt!
|Phyl Willets's quilt started as the little pink block in the |
centre and grew from Margaret's borders workshop
- Phyl says it now fully 'Margrified'