Saturday, 17 November 2018

Class Work at The Stitchers Cupboard

Here are some photos of “Pemberley” Quilts in progress.  Some ladies have found time to get out UFO centres to work on.

This beautiful centre is by Jennie.  I love her reproduction fabrics and use of colour.

Pam loves to use softer colours, she loves pink and “duck egg blue”. So pretty!

Christine has taken out her quilt from 2010.  We have made a few changes and it is nearly finished.

Robyn has begun a lovely version of “Wentworth”.

Here are several stunning versions of “Hartfield” in progress.  This is Margaret’s Centre with some beautiful fussy cutting.

Maryse has just begun the process with dramatic red, navy and brown.  She has become a master at fussy cutting.

Here is her gorgeous cornerstone block.

How about this for stunning?  “Hartfield” by Jenny.

Here are some different versions of “Highbury”.

1930s by Narelle.  Gorgeous.

Pink and brown by Kerry.

Vintage floral by Christine.  Beautiful work.

I have been playing with little Dresdens in red, navy and gold.

And Year 12 Graduation din er for my gorgeous David.

Sunday, 11 November 2018

More from the Class Room at Hobbysew Kings Park

Lots of beautiful stitching at my regular classes at Hobbysew Kings Park.

Gail has finished stitching her beautiful D’Arcy Cushion.  Now for some hand quilting.

Wendy is making great progress on stunning compass blocks for “The Way Ahead”.

Dru has completed a beautiful version of “Fleur”.  Love it.

Meredith began her first block for “Jelly Friends” using a Morris Holiday jelly roll. Gorgeous.

Anne is using the same jelly roll.  How different and gorgeous is her block?

Christine completed her lovely “Granny’s Garden” Folder Cover.

Dru has also finished her “Hunsford” in black and red.  Wow!

Karol was working  on Dresdens for “Lambton”.  Beautiful work.

Debi joined the class to make my Whack and Stack quilt “Millefiori”.  Great fabric choice made amazing blocks.

All the above blocks were cut from this fabric.

Here is Anne’s lovely block for “Hartfield”.

It was lovely that Roh called in to show me her stunning bright and happy version of  “Spikes and Specks”.

Great work everyone!