Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Show "N Tell November 2013

 Madeline is all sorted for Christmas!
Another from Madeline. She attended a Gloria Loughman Landscape class in Taupo. A beautiful effort, good colour contrast.
A Baby Girl Cot Quilt made by Madeline.
This Abstract wall hanging is by Betty B. Superb!
A work in progress by Betty B. embroidered circles.
Congratulations to Betty as well, she won the challenge at the recent Rangitikei Quilter's Exhibition.
A wall hanging from Leslie, she said it is to remind her of her trip to England.
This is the back of the wall hanging. 
Lidy made this wall hanging at Taupo Symposium. It involved using a soldering iron and has 3 D flowers.  I think the tutor was K. Sage. It is superb. 
Another by Lidy. This was made in a class by Dena Crain at Taupo Symposium.
Another Taupo Symposium wall hanging. It is by Alison. The class was called In The Garden, Tutor was Julie Van der Putten. Variation of greens and different techniques discovered.
A very nice effort.
Wall hanging of Deer in a forest by Dianna.  She is quilting it by hand.
 Maureen G. made this reversible bag in pinks and purples.
Audrey T. sourced this denim skirt for her granddaughter and added the fills. Made something plain into something beautiful!
This work in progress is by Helen P. She attended Gloria Loughman's Colour Fusion class at Taupo Symposium.
Maureen L made this beautiful Boys Quilt for her Grandson in greens and yellows.
Another by Maureen, a very appealing Christmas Tree with a Kiwi influence for her Son in Australia.

Judy P. made this at Taupo Symposium. The tutor was Robbi  Eklow
A jelly roll quilt by Carol B.
And another jelly roll quilt by Carol.
Lyn S. made this beautiful 9 patch on a calico background. 
Veronica D. made 2 handbags in purple and pink for her Grandaughters.
This is a wonderful tractor quilt for Cody by Veronica.
and another for Troy, her twin Grandsons.
A quirky pin cushion, and a selection of bags by Carol B.
and more bags by Carol. a busy lady, does she sleep!!
a beautiful cushion by Maureen G.
Not sure who made this snap bag. it was the mini workshop for the November meeting.
We celebrated the 25th birthday for Cotton on Quilters at our meeting. The cake is being cut by Carol our past President and club foundation member, Audrey a life member and a foundation member and Karen also a foundation member.
Here are a couple of photos of the beautiful cake