Friday, 28 November 2014

November show and share

What a lot of fabulous quilts (and other things too) we made! Check it out:

November block lotto - Slab technique
Click HERE for the current block, the Winter Snowflake.

Baby Olivier and his proud mama Danika

Terri showing a baby quilt. She started following a pattern but then decided to chop it up and remake it. Yay Terri!

Janelle's beautiful blue quilt.

And the back of Janelle's blue quilt: the orange side.

Gabrielle's Large Hadron Collider quilt, to be a Christmas present for her physicist boyfriend.

This is what the Large Hadron Collider looks like.


Lana's flock of geese, and her fifth quilt ever she said!

Back of Lana's quilt.

Ursula made a stacked coin baby quilt.

And she brought the quilt in a bag made from a Ricky Tims' class years ago. The centre of each block is unique and wonky. 

Kim loving another HST zig zag layout.

Kim again with a slab technique baby quilt.

Pam free motion quilted this her nephew (great nephew?).

Guest Margaret made this quilt with some very well travelled fabric, at a "quilt week retreat" with some good friends in Ontario. Clever eyes might recognize the pattern as an earlier Block Lotto.

Barbara showed us the planning for a duvet cover made while visiting her daughter living in the UK. Not enough fabric though changed the layout and yielded this lovely:

The leftover fabrics became placemats and a table runner using one of Ursula's patterns! 
Thea showed us a "1600" strip pieced quilt in lovely african prints/warm colours.

And a blue version of the same pattern.

Susan's modern version of the Fisgard Lighthouse.

Maryann's Christmas table runner. The free motion quilting is SO amazing - tiny presents with bows, holly leaves and berries, and more!

Geri's friend made her this lovely bag.

And not a quilt, but comfy to sit in while hand quilting?
Free chair. In Gordon Head but delivery might be possible. Email us for more info. Colour is pretty accurate.



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