This is a Christmas bag made by Maureen L. She is travelling with her presents so thought it would be easier to have them in a special bag so they do not get damaged.
Frances H. called this wall hanging "Blue Christmas star" It was a play with a block she saw in Quiltmaker. She really liked the star created by the log cabin blocks.
A small Christmas wall-hanging by Lyn S. She attended a course at Waverly High School one year.
Another by Lyn. "Pukeko in a Ponga Tree". It was a Christmas gift many years ago.
This is a wonderful Heirloom Father Christmas made with a local tutor many years ago by Lesley McF.
And the back is just as stunning.
Lesley saw this idea of decorating a small table top tree on "pinterest"
This different Christmas wreath was made by Diana J.
A log cabin star by Heather McL. It was originally a corner design for a full sized quilt but she liked it better on its own as a wall hanging.
"Christmas Angel." and "Poinsetia Christmas" another by Heather and made for herself. Designed by Lois Wine.
A Red work wall hanging made in a class by a local tutor, Christina. This is another by Heather.
Heather has made these 2 table runners. This one is called Christmas Braid.
This one is to go on her lounge coffee table.
"Welcome to the North Pole" by Jenny R. She started this in a class about 2003-2004. It is applique with hand-stitching and machine stitching and is embellished with buttons and beads.
part of a block of the month, by Veronica
same block of the month, these ones are by Heather.
and these ones belong to Sue F. We are having a reveal day at our December meeting.
"Doodle Feather" by Heather. A class she attended by Jacqui Karl. It gave her a chance to use some of the fancy stitches on her sewing machine.
Betty B. made these blocks a few years ago. It was a block of the month through Cloth Shop and has now actually completed it. Lovely colours.
From the Triangle class that was held a few month ago through Quilter's Lane. sorry I do not know whose it is!!
Rosie G. is making Christmas presents as a cheaper alternative this year. These are reversible children's aprons.
and pot holders for the adults.
|These are Christmas decorations made by Judith A.|
Betty B. made this small wall hanging in a Gloria Loughman class a few years ago.