Thursday, 11 October 2012

Fabulous Thursday Friends

Quilt Project Day at Pioneer Patchwork

On a Thursday once a month I have a lovely class of ladies who come to make some of my older quilt designs (and finish off some newer ones too)!

Today was the third month we have been meeting.

Here are the results of everyone's wonderful work:

Tracey is making "Mansfield Park" in some great repro fabrics of blue, red, brown and gold.  Here she is holding up the centre blocks with Veronica.  They thought they could hide behind the quilt but I snapped them anyway!  Tracey is on the left:

Julie is also making "Mansfield Park" in the lovely pink, blue and red fabrics from French General.  She is piecing the first set of courthouse step blocks:

Robyn has worked hard on her large Dresden Plates for "Mansfield Park" and is putting together the outside corner sections.  Here it is pinned and ready to sew.

Robyn's beautiful daughter Cindy is making my "Sakura" quilt.  The challenging completely reversable quilt-as-you-go log cabin quilt I have nicknamed "torture"!  Cindy has done a spectacular job.  Here is one side:

And here is the other:  Well done Cindy!

Inge is working on my "Flowers from Chelsea" design, especially designed for the Camden Country Quilters Guild Raffle Quilt a few years ago.  Inge is making hers in wonderful brights.  This is the centre block:

Inge also had a fabulous Show and Tell.  She has finished her "BLue Lotus" quilt and just got it back from gorgeous quilter Katy Law.  The quilting is spectacular.  Wow!

June is working on "Rose Rhapsody'.  She has completed the centre block with the 3D applique and after much discussion we chose a deep pink for the sashing:

Elaine has finished the centre applique for her "Victoria" quilt.  It is really beautiful:

Thank you girls.  This is why I love teaching!

Katrina x

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