|I'm very proud of stripe matching on the corners.|
|My Christmas Quilt from a design by Gwenfai Rees Griffiths.|
|Future bag project|
|Trish with her foot pedal mat.|
|Cards from Trish (left) and Fran (right).|
|Fabric pull for Forster quilt. Lovely Colour Box|
collection by Zen Chic for Backgrounds.
|Block One with frame. I shall remove the orange check to put|
on the lattice setting block frame corners and replace with a B/W
|My Westminster quilt in progress.|
|Table runners by Nikky|
|This looks good against the|
poinsettias on the stage,
|Very cosy. I haven't seen one of these for some time.|
|An improv. quilt by Janet Bevan inspired by a talk by Janet|
Bottomley at the Quilters' Guild AGM last year. Janet will
be Oast speaker and tutor in May.
|This got my vote and came third. |
A bed sized quilt from Victoria
and a wonderful interpretation
of the theme.
|The divided mind by Fiona. |
A lot of meaning in a small space.
|The popular winner by|
Sue. Map of the UK
shipping areas made for
her sailor husband.
|Celtic Cross from Gill|
|Lovely stitching by Pat.|
|Made by Daisy and|
destined for Linus.
|Trudy is using up a|
donated stash and this
too will be donated.
|Liz was prompted to finish a UFO|
and came second.
|This is how the elements of a|
Japanese Twist bag are laid
out and sewn, base first and
then the sides.
|The first one with 3"|
finished squares. I made
the lining separately.
|The second one with 5.5 x 20.5" cut strips to finish|
5x20". I quilted the four units then joined them but
added a single thickness strip to cover the raw
|The other side: the right size but the interfacing |
makes it quite stiff. It will stand up on its own.
I now realise the straps placement affects which
fabric will come to the fore.
|The seven strong flock|
|And her Star Log Cabin Cushion|
|Quay Quilters Raffle quilt|