Friday, 16 August 2013

More quilts

I don’t think I have posted any photos of quilts this week, so here are a couple.

First is Cherie’s quilt, her first quilt, a sampler to learn different techniques. Quilted with an Anne Bright pattern, Buzzing Bees. She did a really good job, and used up the leftover bits with the border around the edge.



And this is from Jill, hexagon flowers hand sewn into strips. She wanted custom quilting on this, and as the floral fabric was so busy, I did geometric patterns, to give it texture.



Can’t believe that another week has gone already, and am looking forward to family celebrations this weekend.

The weather has turned very cold and wet again today, but we did see the sunshine briefly during the week. It was enough for me to go out in the garden and start attacking some weeds. A little bit at a time, and I may make progress.

It is that time of the year when those who can, go north to warmer weather. Quite a few friends are travelling the country at the moment, in caravans, motor homes or some on a houseboat! And another friend goes overseas next week on a tour of China. Hello to Lois, Helen, Jean, Pat and Pauline. I look forward to hearing about your travels when you return.

That’s about it for tonight, enjoy your weekend, whatever you do.

Blessings, From Jude


Marilyn Popplewell said...

Wow, if I had to pick my favorite quilt from this group I couldn't do it. Love them all. Beautiful quilts, beautiful quilting. Blessings.

Furball Farm Quilting said...

Loving your work Jude.......... I think I may have to invest in the Statler. When I see the even patterns and curves on work such as you do, it prompts me to consider investing in such an upgrade.
Enjoy your weekend.