I feel so inspired by the quilt photos that come my way, via our members who attend sewing days and sewing nights. Hope you have some time this weekend to enjoy some stitching time and maybe have a play with a few new techniques or start attacking your fabric stash! Wherever you are, enjoy a wonderful weekend.
Drunkards Path- a great use of pre-cuts!
Deb is kept busy by her grandchildren and also doing the minutes at the WAQA meetings. She also likes playing with her Sweet 16 machine. I think one of her grand daughters may be the recipient of this “Beauty and the Beast’ panel.
Not sure where our effervescent Vice President, Carla finds the time, this is her completed quilt from an Elizabeth Hartman pattern, “Fancy Foxes”. I bet all the boys in her house love it!!
Sally makes the most of her Kaffe leftovers, adds some raspberry and voila…. another stunning quilt!
Double wedding ring quilt. Simply beautiful, all the colours of the rainbow, made with scraps and hand quilted.
This would be a great St.Patricks day quilt, loving all the greens in this disappearing 9 patch.
Kathy’s bird of paradise wall hanging. This is all paper pieced.
Lesley Warren’s Feather Bed quilt -an Ana Maria Horner design.
Cathy’s convergence quilt made for her dad’s cancer journey
There is nothing “shabby” about this gorgeous quilt. Made by Marie and titled, “Shabby Chic roses”
Look at the work in this spectacular quilt. I believe that Barbara has been working on this quilt for a number of years.
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