Tuesday, June 4, 2013

June Show and Tell

First up was a colourful Table runner by Doreen Kendrick.

Pat Saunders showed us her Scrap Quilt, a great way to use scraps up.
This one is called Disappearing Nine Patch made from a 4 inch wide fabric pack.  This belongs to Barbara Clarke.
Jenny Rattenbury and her Husband Rob have just celebrated their 40th Wedding Anniversay (Congratulations) and she made this wall hanging for him.
This next quilt by Jenny Worsley has been named "Judy Potts Quilt". We both discovered that we were doing the same quilt but Jenny was only going to do 12 stitchery blocks instead of 24 but I kept encouraging her to continue and now she is pleased she did.

Here is a close up of the beautiful stitchery.


Another of Jenny's Quilts. This one was a block of the month.

Jenny has been busy, she started this one about 3 or 4 years ago and has just had it quilted.

This is a close up of the block.

Audrey Tizard made this cot quilt for her Grandson

Audrey has put a cuddly fleece backing on it.

This one by Audrey has been made up with Claris Cliff fabric.
A close up of the beautiful fabric.

Another by Audrey, this time a Christmas Tree skirt made for her Son & Daughter in Law. It is made up of stitched Christmas elves. She is very organised for next Christmas!!
Here is a series of Dress Panels by Fiona Reynolds. They have been mounted on frames made up by her husband.
A close up shot of the beautiful quilting.

Here are a couple of ink cards by Amy Beswarick. She is teaching how to make these at The Cloth Shop in Palmerston North. They are an example of colour placement and 3D.
The next lot of quilts are by Maureen Little and they will become Community Quilts.  She went through her quilt stash. I think we all have a pile like this!
This one is of Roosters.
A kaleidoscope quilt.

A quilt made in the stack & whack style.

This was a block of the month

A crazy patch quilt.


This quilt by Maureen has been given to Helen to pass on to Kiwi Quilters for the Translators from Afghanistan that are moving to New Zealand. they are been given to the children.

Here are a couple of Tea Towels that Helen Pederson is selling to raise funds to set up a web site for Quilt Symposium Manawatu 2015. You can contact her if you would like to buy one, $10.00 each.
Keitha Rod made this table runner from a panel she purchased from Cushla's in Waihi.