Friday, 1 July 2016
See, I have not forgotten to post, Michelle and Glynn. Hope you are both getting some sewing done?
I had a lovely day in Nowra today with the Friday "Lambton" class.
Here is a photo fest of the ladies work.
Thanks for the day, ladies.
Monday, 27 June 2016
Dates have now been set for some of the 2017 classes for my newest Jane Austen quilt called "Hartfield".
This will be a fun quilt to make as it contains many different English Paper Pieced elements in a medallion quilt of different blocks and borders.
There is also a Friday and a Saturday option at Jukejema Quilting Barn, Nowra (4421 2577).
Places are already booking so please phone the relevant store to secure your place.
I will also be offering this quilt to my students at Patchwork Plus and Hobbysew Kings Park.
Sunday, 26 June 2016
Here I am at the entrance to the quilt display at the Sydney Quilt Show, showing my hoop design.
Here is the work of some of my very talented tutor friends. We were all asked by the QuiltNSW Committee to contribute a design for the display. It was fun to pick which one belonged to which quilter.
The first one is a gorgeous felt and embroidered tree by Wendy Williams.
This is a classic Australian gum leaf design by Amanda Daly, President of QuiltNSW.
This one is very much a signature Deborah Louie, quilted in black thread and then coloured with pencils.
This one is by very clever textile artist, Caroline Sharkey. She loves the colours of the desert.
It was great to see some of my students work on display. Well done ladies. It is a lot of work to get a quilt ready for the Show.
This is "Blue Lotus" by Robyn Harris, quilted by Jan Foster of Red Shed Quilting.
Saturday, 25 June 2016
Lots of progress was made today on the "Lambton" quilts in Saturday class at Jukejema. We sorted out lots of colours and had fun playing with fabric.
Here is a selection of photos of all the different versions. Wow!
The first one is by Jo, featuring navy blue, soft brown, pink and grey green. Lovely.
Next is Donna's version with a beautiful combination of colours.
Karen's is also gorgeous in rich purple and red.
Louise has used reds, blues and soft gold. I love her soft blue circle.
This one is by Sharon in lots of different pinks and reds.
Friday, 24 June 2016
Lots more "Lambton" activity at The Stitchers Cupboard classes in Camden.
This is Julie's lovely block, glued in position and ready for stitching.
Sharon has made all the components for the four blocks with Dresden centres. She laid them out for a show and tell.
I love this baby Dresden flower with its alternating blue petals. Gorgeous!
This is Maria's very pretty block.
This is Christine's centre in strong pinks, purples and greens.