Wednesday, July 17, 2013

2013 Quilt Show - Part 14

'Geisha Girls Dressed'
Created by Val

 Photo Courtesy of Lorraine

Project took a few months to complete and some years to collect fabric and to

decide the best method. The first geisha was done by machine but found that it was

easier to needleturn by hand.

Autumn Harvest 
Created by Janice

 Photo Courtesy of Lorraine 

I like this easy design and especially like the leaf and bee fabric.
Machine pieced, quilted by Judy at Furball farm.

'Love and Cuddles'
Created by Julie

 Photo Courtesy of Lorraine

Calico farm Designs. Hand embroidered, machine pieced. Made in the nevereending hope of girls in my family.
Now up for sale.

'Blue and Green Should be Seen'
Created by Sue A.

 Photo Courtesy of Lorraine

This is my version of quilt as you go; machine quilted, the blocks were stitched

together by hand

Created by Marguerite

My stash just has to be diminishing - I am trying! The colours in this quilt are

indicative of our beautiful citrus fruits and a certain young girl tells me they are her
favourite colours, so it has found a home. Quilted for me by Carmel Brown

'Stars Across the World'
Created by Helen

My 'Star Journey' began as a small paper pieced series of stars for a cot quilt -
simple and light to carry on our first visit to Japan 5 years ago
The quilt taught me that persistence pays and to concentrate on one small job at a time, rather than try to complete a whole project as quickly as possible.

'Learning Blox'
Created by Denise

Blox First attempt at patchwork and quilting executed at Townsville in 1999 using quilt

as you go method. Our two boys are portrayed in the pursuits of their youth which
are still with them to this day, namely fishing for fish and looking for flowers

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