Updated June 2020
Anna made this very large, fabulous quilt
Rose is our fabric flowers specialist and she has completed this beautiful quilt for her daughter. It has taken her four years. We had a demonstration from Rose on how she makes her designs and you can see some of the blocks in more detail on our News Page.
Sylvia brought this charming wall hanging she has made from a "pouch" challenge set by another local quilt group.
The pouch contained all the materials needed to make this lovely piece.
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Jennifer has made this fun Christmas Tree quilt using her seasonal scraps.
Next to it in the circle is a view of the backing.
Ever busy she has also made the blue strips quilt shown.
Jennifer made this stunning modern quilt.
Chris has been busy again making these four quilts to go to the charity Linus.
Norma has produced these lovely colourful quilts. The flap is incorporated into the quilt which has been made for babies' incubators at Kings College Hospital. The flap allows access to the incubator controls.
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These super floral quilts were started at Regan's workshop recently. Jennifer made the one on the left, and Yvonne made the quilt on the right.
Mandy showed the group this fabulous design, and on the reverse we could see her machine quilting. Lovely colours!
Chris has been busy again making more lovely quilts for the babies' incubators at Kings.
Hexagons hand sewn by Jo, one of our long serving members.
Beautiful quilt made by Diane for her son and new daughter-in-law to celebrate their marriage.
Far left: Curved technique inspired by Lynne Edwards and beautifully made by Yvonne.
Middle Left and Left: these two amazing quilts were made by Mags a few years ago but still look so colourful and interesting.
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Chris brought along to our June meeting these two great quilts she has made for new boy and girl twins in her family. As you can see the quilt backing is an attractive children's fabric. Beautiful patchwork and quilting.
Chris also made these two impressive quilts; we have shown the backing to highlight the machine quilting.
Far left - another stunning quilt made by Yvonne..
Jennifer has been busy again using up her colourful scraps for these fun quilts.
What a challenge for a first quilt! Well done Liz...
Scaling up and down these flying geese must have been a mathematical as well as a design challenge. It looks great Mags!
This quilt was made by Chris
Rose has made this bedrunner of hexegons from her late husband's shirts.
Chris created this scrappy quilt from squares of shirting.
Norma presented her own work-in-progress shirting quilt, this time in strips.
Sue handed over another incubator quilt to be donated to Kings College hospital'
Rhona displayed a beautiful wall hanging of a night-time desert scene of Dubai. This applique piece was a project following a recent workshop.
Robbie presented two recently completed pieces. On the left is a scrappy quilt made from fat quarters and the stylish shades of grey log cabin quilt on the right will be a house-warming gift for her grandson.
Prolific as ever, Chris showed firstly a quilt made with some squares donated by Norma with other added to complete the piece. She then presented two beautiful incubator quilts.
Rhona brought in her lovely mystery quilt,
Left is Yvonne's woven pattern ribbon quilt, showcasing a partial seam technique learnt at one of Regan's workshops in October.
Diane brought these quilts to show the group.The first two, front and reverse, are for her new grandchild's nursery (colour change!) and, far left, Diane has made this quilt from unfinished pieces her mother had made. Diane completed the quilt and gave it to her brother for Christmas. Lastly Diane made this incubator quilt. all of them quite beautifully made as usual.