Lorraine H is back from her visit to Tassie, and is busily making these rather luscious needleturn blocks........
Lorraine I. bought along her Disappearing 9-Patch flimsey, we will be having a workshop on this method in the very near future, as you can see, a great design and not a worry about joining up the intersections or lines. Now that has gotta be a good thing.
Wendy, who loves to hand stitch while watching T.V. has another lovely red work quilt for us to drool over.
Miriam created this quilt from some of her leftover fabric strips, scattering beautiful appliqued butterflies and flowers over the surface.
And of course the backing had to have a cost saver story too,
Miriam found this backing sometime ago at Spotlight for the princely sum of $2.00 a meter, so all round a very good story for a beautiful and happy quilt.
Lorraine H was just off to the back room to sandwich this flimsey, it is a simply constructed one patch quilt with a very innovative fabric layout. Lorraine calls this a mirrored quilt, that is, for each fabric used, the same designed fabric in a different colourway is mirrored in the next row of blocks
What a clever and ever so effective way to make a stunning quilt.