The first 2 quilts were made by Jennifer, and she does lovely needleturn applique on most of her quilts. This dresden was custom quilted.......
..........as was this grandmothers flower garden quilt.
Kathy does beautiful candlewicking, and this quilt had 12 blocks that were sashed, and a border on each side of the quilt, but not the top and bottom.
On each side she had stitched a pattern in the centre with a LOT of space all around to be filled in. I divided the border into 3 borders, a small one at the top and another at the bottom. Then I SID her embroidery, and added a piano key border to fill in the rest of the space. This was hard to photograph in the light I had that day, so you might have to click on the picture to see it clearer.
This was also made by Jenny, in a Pick A Case Mystery retreat, and also used the Black Tie Affair fabrics. This was quilted allover with Modern Waves.
Vicki made this William Morris wall hanging from one of Michele Hill's patterns, and it was crosshatched, with 2 border patterns.
Val made this in a Pick a Case Mystery retreat, and was called Up Hill and Down Dale. It was quilted allover with Deb's Swirls.
Di made this quilt and it was quilted allover with a pattern called Arabesque.
Another quilt that was made by Di, and quilted allover with a pattern called Baby Bears.
The bear will have it's features added to his face now that the quilting has been done.
That's all folks. It's time for bed, as I need to be up and ready to head off again by 9am tomorrow. There are 4 of us from Bordertown going on a bus trip to Melbourne this weekend. I will have more details when I return. My bag has not been packed yet. My house sitter has arrived and has settled in for a weekend of sewing.
Catch ya when I get back.
Blessings, From Jude