2017 Finished Quilts

Hope you enjoy this little eclectic mix of finishes . . . 

a fun mish-mash of stash fabrics
165cms x 140cms
machine quilted by Leeanne Hopper
Donated to Hospice

'Bicycle' quilt
Machine quiklted by Annette de Raat

'my mixed up geese' quilt
a mish-mash of scrappy fabrics & colour totally inspired by @semichaotic
Floral border fabric 'Perennial Optimism' from the Bountiful collection by Maureen Cracknell
Machine quilted in a connected circles pattern by Annette de Raat
Quilt size 1.2m x 1.7m

'ebay on point'
180cms x 145cms
lightly machine quilted by Annette de Raat

a 'pink' quilt gifted to Pat-next-door
machine pieced & quilted by me
130cms x 175cms

'queen of the May'
150cms x 150cms
Machine quilted by Leeanne Hopper

#improv #low volume #scrappymagicnumbers #funpattern
machine pieced and now I'm adding lots of big stitch hand quilting

'broken china mosaic' quilt
- smashed plates & shards of broken crockery . . . grandma's dinnerset never looked so good!
This is my take on Chris Jurd's 'emperor's wheel' quilt
paper pieced, and machine & hand quilted by me

scrappy string quilt
machine quilted by me

Auntbets quilt #2
machine quilted & hand tied by me


Jodi said...

Uh! Your "pieces of my past" quilt! My sister-in-law gave me a bunch of those doilies to make a quilt out of - they're in a pile somewhere in my sewing room. Yours gives me inspiration to dig them out and do something similar - I hope you don't mind if I "copy" you? It looks so pretty. Did you use batting, and did you quilt it?

Bethany said...

I'm loving your finishes. So beautiful. The drunkards quilt and low volume strippy quilt are my favorites - but they are all wonderful! So much fun to look through. :)

Greta said...

Love the HSQ 2, so "shabby chic", sugar-glazed and feminine! also love the tumbler quilt. Your fabric combinations are so lively and unique! I'm going to start following "oh, scrap" too! (thanks for stopping by my blog).

Julie said...

You have been busy this year! I love to see the progression of your interest, and look forward to more to come next year.