Pam's wondrous new quilt top - Maggy had fiddled around on EQ and came up with this block, which Pam has used to great effect for her Magic Carpet quilt. It does look like a magic carpet doesn't it?
This is a beautiful quilt, made by Jo for her mother's 80th birthday. Jo named it "Paws in the Garden" as her mother was heartbroken when she could no longer work in her garden in NZ. At the time of our meeting there had been talk on the Scquilters list about unappreciated quilts. Jo's mother had not made a big deal of her quilt and had kept in in the linen closet. On every visit home Jo, dissapointed to find it still in the cupboard, would try to persuade her mother to use the quilt, but she wouldn't - it was too good!
Virginia used the Spectacular scraps book for inspiration in making this lovely stash busting quilt. The only fabric she bought for it was for the backing. Well done!
Sally has finally finished restoring and completing this Grandma's Flower Garden quilt - originally made with what appears to be 60s & 70s fabrics. We all agreed that she has done a wonderful job.
Yet another wonderful quilt from Marilyn. Leesa Chandler's "Oriental Pink" - done, of course in blues. Such wonderful stitcheries - the close up shows one of the four letters - for Summer, autumn, winter and spring.
Marilyn's quilt from a Jenny Bowker workshop - gorgeous in purples.
The following items were all made as a result of a Paper Bag challenge for our Monday group at the Cranbourne Community Centre - the N.Q.R. quilters. I am sure you will agree they are most innovative.
Pam's dolls - Peace & Unity! Most innovative, particularly in the use of part of the doiley on Peace's (or is it Unity's) head!