Friday, 16 October 2020

Customer quilts

 As promised here is the post of recent customer quilts. While the Pink fundraiser was happening, quilting took a back seat but I did manage to finish a few.

This is Sue's Mysolation Mystery quilt that a lot of people made a few months ago with Rachelle Denneny. Sue picked out a star pattern called Wish upon a Star.



This is Jenny's Roses quilt, and it was quilted allover with Swirls and Feathers pattern.



Another of Jenny's quilts was this called Under the Australian Sun, and it was quilted edge to edge with Aussie Wattle.



Erica made this quilt with Christmas fabrics, and it was quilted allover with a Holly pattern



Erica has been busy finishing off quilts during isolation and this is another one  made from Charm squares featuring bees. It was quilted allover with Buzzing Bees...........


.....................and here you can see how the bee in the quilting pattern managed to land on the bee in the fabric!!



This quilt was made by Helen with Lessa Siegele in a facebook group (Pick a box Mystery), during the shutdown. There are lots of half square triangles in this quilt, and there were many different ways to sew them together so that everyone's quilts look so different. It was quilted allover with a pattern called Square Spiral, which gives it a great texture.



Liz has been collecting Liberty prints for awhile and made 2 large quilts featuring these. This one was colourwashed and quilted allover with a flower pattern.



                 This is the second quilt and is quilted with the same pattern.


This is Dot's Casa Felix quilt, which was also a facebook group mystery quilt of the Quilters Guild of SA and designed by Chris O'Brien. Dot used a lot of her Batik fabrics for this quilt, and it was quilted edge to edge with a leaves pattern.



Here are another 2 quilts made in similar colours by Helen for family members and both were quilted allover with a pattern called Robinia. 



That will be enough for this post, and there are more for another day. I have had a good week with Max and have a few more ready to be picked up by their owners. 


I think it must be time to head for the shower and get on with my day. There are a couple of custom jobs coming up next, so that will slow the process down a tad. And I am still working on that garden, and the house cleaning is a work in progress too. 

Have a good weekend whatever you might be doing.

Blessings, 
From Jude


11 comments:

Chookyblue...... said...

lovely quilting and so wonderful that you got to see most of the kids.........

dq said...

My goodness you have been busy!!! I favor the one with the bees.

Susan Smith said...

Definitely busy & love some of those patterns you've done & will have to do a quick catchup with you by telephone. Take care, stay safe & hugs.

Susan said...

Wow - that is a lot of quilts - I love how you matched the pattern to the theme of the quilts - and what a fluke for that bee!!

Dot said...

‘Dot used a lot of her batik fabrics’... well there were a lot of batiks but not surprisingly, it didn’t make a dent in my batik stash😉

Raylene Edwards said...

Always interesting to see the variety of quilts that come through your door. Also seeing the way you let them ‘Talk to You’ & the time consuming decisions you make to show them at their best 🌹

Jean McGee said...

Some lovely quilting there Judy. Love Jean 😍😍

Maria said...

Gee Jude you sure got a pile of quilts beautifully quilted...

White Rose said...

Hi Jude wow lots of beautiful quilts and your FMQ is amazing,well done my friend on your beautiful work xx

Jean McGee said...

Beautiful quilts and quilting again. Enjoyable nice weather while it lasts. Jean ��������

Janice said...

I’ve just been catching up on your blog posts for the last month. I’m tired just reading about all you have been up to. Your fundraising efforts are amazing. Well done you! I think you had a lot of fun times along the way too. Your latest batch of quilts look beautiful. You will have some very happy customers.