Our club ran a Tote Bag Class by Liz Halligan and this is the result. well done ladies.
Judith A. has made sewing caddy bags and turned them into baby bags. she attended a bag making class and then turned out miniature versions.
A Heirloom table runner by Judith. It is a hand embroidered cover to go on a 130yr old music box, she still has to finish the tatting to go around the edges. It will be awesome when finished.
sorry not too sure who this colourful quilt belongs to!
A quilt made by Donna B. for her Great Niece.
and the back is just as colourful.
Another by Donna, this one is a lap quilt for her Brother's 60th.
"Bird Quilt" by Donna. A pieced top that Donna & her late friend Carey worked on.
A Debbie Mum cross stitch by Donna.
Another one I am not sure who it belongs to, sorry.
"I Want Blue" is the name of this community quilt for a 15yr old boy, made by Frances.
"Baskets and Flowers" Frances started this in 2005 from a tiny image on Pinterest. She is now hand quilting it so may take awhile to finish!
"Funny Cars" by Carolyn for a 7yr old boy who said he likes cars. It is a community quilts. Very colourful.
Another by Carolyn and is for a Grandma so she can give it to her 5yr old Grandson for Christmas.
A Trapunto cushion made by Heather McL. in a Christina Barrington class.
Our theme for this month was samplers/spring.
This was one made by Rosie C. Helen was the tutor and her cat loves it!!!
these two sampler quilts are by Veronica D. 1st is " Coffee n Cream" as was made at a class at the Cloth Shop. 2nd is called "Black n White with a touch of colour"
a sampler by Heather McL.
and I think this is by Heather as well, her very first quilt.
and once again not sure of the owner of this pretty quilt. we had a very busy show n tell!!!!
This is a sample of a class by Foxes Cottage, in Foxton. The club is going to run a class for this, does not have to be Christmas can be what ever you want. There will be a sign up form at next meeting.
A "Healing Heart" quilt made by our members and put together by Frances.
Our quest speaker this month was Donna Ward, from Hamilton. She was here to run a Free Motion Quilting class on the Sunday (which was a lot of fun) Here is a selection of her Show n Tell.
this quilt was her 1st winning quilt which won her a trip to America for the World Quilt Festival.
Jewel of The Pacific, nearly 20yrs ago and she won a scholarship for this quilt in Houston.
Donna bought a packet of charm squares at Quilt Market
English Paper Piecing quilt called "Chasing Rabbits"
This quilt, another paper pieced quilt, won best overall piecing at the Christchurch symposium.
these quilts are foundation pieced.