Monday, January 2, 2012

June's Trunk Show - Part 3

The last of June's Trunk Show with thanks to Debby and the Thursday night girls for the pics and words.

Strip style round robin quilt done with fellow quilters from the Buderim Patchwork group

June did quite a few variations of 'Hidden Wells' quilts, after making the first one 'the correct' way and then changing things around for her own take on the design.  She then took workshops for both the Thursday night Girls and the Wednesday afternoon girls to teach us all the tricks. 
The two last pics are front and back of the same quilt.

June made this quilt for her grandsons 16th birthday.  She used African fabrics.

The first quilt June made, a Kaliedoscope.

A magnificent Japense print quilt

Love this quilt June.  She won first prize at our quilt show 4 years ago.  It's a block of the month, log cabin with applique and June designed the outer border.
Thank you June for a very interesting and fun Trunk Show and Tell.  Thanks Joanne for being your Mum's assistant for the evening.  What a great night.

June's Trunk Show - Part 2

Finally, and in time for your Christmas Break enjoyment we have the second part of June's Trunk Show, courtesy of Debby and the Thursday night girls.

Two Stack and Slash quilts.
One an Attic Windows - love the colours
and the second, a Stack and Slash quilt with a difference.

Two special quilts for family members, first is one for June's great grandchild and the second is for June's daughter Joanne, for one of those big '0' birthdays that come along.

Pinwheel tessellations, made in a workshop.

Rabbits in Hearts, claimed by June's son for his own.

Two 'Red Hat Ladies' quilts, the first made for Junes Sister-in Law, again for one of those big'0' birthdays and the second one with June's layout variations.

This was a bring your money Thimbleberry Mystery Workshop at Foster N.S.W., where the organisers were presented you with a bag of fabric.

 June entered an Australia wide Phaff competion and although she didn't win she has a certificate hanging proudly in her sewing room.  We saw the pillow sham that goes with this gorgeous quilt in Part 1.

A 90's Double Irish Chain which June has hand quilted.  June did this at a workshop in Tassie.

Another two quilts June has done in workshops, the first a scrappy quilt done on point and the second a Spiders Webb.  June scattered applique roses amongst the spiders webs to go with the rose border.
Part 3 of June's Trunk Show will follow shortly....truly it will...
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