Friday, December 6, 2013

Winding down

As classes finish for the year there's lots of show and tell and xmas lunches.
Lorraine's Hatchet is back from the quilters and looks so bright and beautiful.

Alice is ready to quilt her Chocolate Stars top too.

She also made this for our Saturday class xmas lunch. Yummo!

We had an unexpected visitor to the aviary recently. A diamond python who was after mice. He got in but couldn't get out with that bulge in his belly!

Sue's Oriental Mariners looks fantastic and I know she's ready to start quilting it herself.

Jacobean Star from my Hobbysew class at Top Ryde. Love it.
The pattern is also available as a PDF in my etsy shop so no waiting for the post. It'll be there in a flash!

Daphne has been working on this centre from the Emperors Wheel quilt for a while but the end result is certainly worth the time taken.

Heather has started the Noodle Box quilt which is Quilt-as-you-go. Too easy - and she's also been working on this gem! What a fun project and it looks just like her too.

This is part of Margaret's third or fourth NYB quilt. She makes them and gives them away to the family.What a woman!

Kathy has done a fine job with her Supernova quilt in reproduction scraps - and how good does it look.
Just two more classes til I finish for the year and I'm looking forward to actually quilting some UFOs
Wish me luck with the growing pile.


  1. Lots of amazing quilts and blocks!! It's always wonderful to see your patterns made in different colours. I'm glad the snake didn't eat your birds. We had a black snake slither past the chickens a few days ago and a fox visited this morning, he didn't get our girls though. Good luck getting lots of UFOs finished.

  2. Great photos Chris. Beautiful work. I can't wait to see you on Friday, one of your final classes. I'm not a natural at appliqué, so really looking forward to your help.