Monday, 9 December 2019

A Visit to Kilmore, Victoria

I recently flew from Sydney to Melbourne to visit and teach some lovely members of the Kilmore Quilters Inc.  I was teaching my Donwell Abbey quilt over a weekend workshop.  Here is the group.

Lots of demonstrations from me and learning my appliqué and EPP techniques.  Here is a snapshot of what the ladies achieved over the weekend.

The weather was cool and wet, such a contrast to the heat of Sydney!

Thank you for your hospitality and a great weekend, Kilmore Quilters.  Happy stitching!

Monday, 25 November 2019

Beautiful Stitching in Class

Here are some more photos of my students’ work from recent classes.

This is Lesley’s stunning “Rosings” Centre.  She has just added the dogtooth border in class at Lyn’s Fine Needlework.

Veena has been busy making the Dresden rings for her “Hartfield” in red, purple and chocolate.

In Camden at The Stitchers Cupboard, Pam has finished this gorgeous “Donwell Abbey”.

Regina has also finished her fabulous version. Wow!

Sue is making her version in golden brown, green and red.

Lynne is making a gorgeous floral version.

Irene has been working on her “Pemberley” - beautiful!

Ivana has completed the hexagon centre for “Meryton” in red and navy.  Love it!

Sharon has progressed on her “Dar Kisim Anatolia” Cushion.

Fabulous work ladies!

Saturday, 23 November 2019

Busy November Classes

I have been busy with classes during November.  Apologies for not posting more photos this month, here is a sample.

Here is Kerry with her stunning completed “Pemberley”.

Also at Glenbrook, here is some of Pauline’s beautiful work on “Donwell Abbey”.

This is Judy’s lovely blue and red version.

At Hobbysew Kings Park, here is Sharon’s bright “Donwell Abbey” Centre.

Sharon is also working on “Jelly New Year” with a feathered star centre.

Here is Meredith’s version.

Stevanne is working on a modern version of “The Way Ahead”.

Here are Judy’s blocks in blue and yellow.

This is “Lambton” by Rae.

“Pemberley” by Gayle.

“Longbourne” borders by Kerrie.

I hope you have enjoyed seeing all this beautiful work from my students