Saturday, 15 August 2009

Show n Tell August 2009

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Quilt 1 of 21
Title:
Return to Flowerdale by Judith
Designer/Patternmaker: Margaret Rolfe
Details: Scrap quilt from "Sensational Scraps". Made for a couple whose Flowerdale holiday home was burnt in the bushfires earlier this year. Quilted by Anita Ellis.
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Quilt 2 of 21
Title:
Quilt based on Kaffe Fassett pattern by Kim
Designer/Patternmaker: Kaffe Fassett
Details: As yet un-named this quilt is based on a Kaffe Fassett pattern
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Quilt 3 of 21
Title:
Vintage Sampler by Rhonda

Designer/Patternmaker: Margaret Mew
Details: Purchased pattern from Courlis in Castlemaine - Threadbare Patchwork and Quilting. Quilted by Leanne Kaufmann.
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Quilt 4 of 21
Title:
Quilting ladies by Lyn
Details: Lyn was given this purple and green panel of quilting ladies - collecting fabrics? Has 4" squares set on point with purple and green borders.

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Quilt 5 of 21
Title:
Baby change mat by Barbara
Details: This is a change mat for a new baby
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Quilt 6 of 21
Title:
Summer Breeze by Jenny

Details: Quilt made using the fabric from a Jelly Roll
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Quilt 7 of 21
Title:
Tesselating Stars by Margit
Designer/Patternmaker: A pattern from the Australian Patchwork & Quilting magazine
Details: Belated show n tell from the retreat. Margit had joined units into rows and had everything packed up. After sewing furiously this week.
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Quilt 8 of 21
Title:
Quilts on the Double by Lois
Details: Basic strip set makes two different quilt designs. Begun last weekend.
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Quilt 9 of 21
Title:
Rainforest by Jenny
Designer/Patternmaker: Bali Pop Quilt
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Quilt 10 of 21
Title:
Quilt by Kim
Details: A kit that Kim pieced and Leanne Kaufmann quilted
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Front of QuiltBack of Quilt

Quilt 11 of 21
Title:
Doug's birthday quilt by Lyn
Details: This brown & cream quilt is made of a very large star. Lyn enjoyed quilting with meandering loops and stars
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Quilt 12 of 21
Title:
Warm & cosy quilt by Rhonda
Details: Started out to be a wrap for the couch and ended up Queen size for the bed
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Front of Quilt

Back of Quilt

Quilt 13 of 21
Title:
Christmas tree skirt by Christine
Details: Made for Christine's mother for Christmas
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Quilt 14 of 21
Title:
My black & white obsession by Lois
Details: Quilt made during last years retreat
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Quilt 15 of 21
Title:
Community quilt by Alison
Details: Hand sewn on her travels
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Quilt 16 of 21
Title:
Fractured hexagons by Lee
Designer/Patternmaker: Designed by Lee
Details: One way of using up my fabrics
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Quilt 17 of 21
Title:
Halloween wallhanging by Marie
Designer/Patternmaker: Keepsake Quilting
Details: Made for Marie's daughter
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Quilt 18 of 21
Title:
Quilt by Debbie
Designer/Patternmaker: Made from a design found in 2 magazines
Details: Quilt made for Debbie's mother-in-law's birthday
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Quilt 19 of 21
Title:
Treble clef by Barbara
Designer/Patternmaker: Ricky Tims convergence
Details: Machine pieced & machine quilted. A present for my sister-in-law's 80th birthday
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Quilt 20 of 21
Title:
Flying geese by Barbara
Details: Machine pieced & quilted. A present for Barbara's daughter
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Quilt 21 of 21
Title:
Dresden plate variation by Denise
Designer/Patternmaker: Unknown
Details: Authentic antique 1930s quilt. Brought from Fairport, upstate New York in 1986. Hand quilted in England in 1996. Finished at last in August 2009 in Wattle Glen
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

yummy quilts :) thanks jennifer you are my blog hero lol
libby