Be warned, the Trunk Show posts by their very nature are photo heavy but well worth the viewing.
Words and Pics bought to us courtesy of Debby with help from Letitia. Thanks Debby and Letitia.
Jenny had lots of lovely art work which she has bought from people selling on the side of the road in South Africa. The Zulu women raise money for Aids.
This quilt is her 2nd quilt, there wasn't much fabric due to apartheid.
Jenny made this star quilt on the machine.
This quilt is a polyester scotty dog quilt made for her daughter
Jenny created this quilt using the strip piecing method, standing rows of pastel flowers, all with lemon centers
A Kaffe Fasset quilt, foundation pieced, love the colours
A birthday quilt made for Jenny by her friends for her 40th birthday, naive red hearts, surrounded by a log cabin variation.
Jenny used Margaret Rolfe foundation piecing patterns to make this story quilt for her Son.
Hand Pieced Hexies in a 'Grandmothers Flower Garden', Jenny has pieced this quilt since arriving in Australia.
Love this one, Jenny has collected lots of Doilys and made a doily and denim quilt. Doilys are hand embroidered.
Jenny made this 'Nelson Mandela' quilt. One of her friends in South Africa made some of the fabrics.
Another strip pieced quilt.
An around the world variation quilt with the addition of a 'Pies and Tarts' border
Jenny took a long time to finish this quilt as she didn't really like it. It's a paper pieced kite scrappy quilt.
This is gorgeous, another paper pieced pastel quilt with beautiful appliqué flowers. Jenny loves paper piecing.
Jenny created this soft pastel quilt using elongated hexagons.
Jenny made this suffolk puff quilt last year, it is sooo cute and her dog George just loves it.
Another hexy quilt Jenny started last year after visiting the Ipswich quilt show, where she saw the worlds longest quilt. Yes, they are 1/2" hexies done in reproduction fabrics. Jenny is just finishing it off. It is a wall hanging.
This is a raffle quilt she made and was quilted by our quilting fairy, Fiona.
Another quilt made for a class that Jenny teaches at the Angel. The flowers have raw edges, looks great.
Jenny loves making mini quilts for her laundry.
This was Jenny's first crazy patch bag and this is what got her hooked on crazy.
Oh my gosh, Jenny also loves making these gorgeous tiny winny cute teddy bears. How adorable!
This motor bike has been made out of wire, very clever. Another piece of art work made by a very clever man and sold on the side of the road in South Africa.