08 August 2010

Pennie's Starburst top. This Starburst quilt was a Free Mystery Quilt from Susan-Claire of Gourmet Patchwork
I really loved making this quilt, from my stash, we received the instructions at the beginning of each month and had no idea what we were making, I have to admit that there were many times (especially making those little one inch coloured blocks) that I wondered where on earth we were going... but when it came together... WOW! I love it... Most Funky of all!
Liz with more of her funky blocks...

HEY!!!!! What's that I spy in the top left hand corner? Didn't notice that yesterday... Hurray someone enjoying a little drink, mostly we drink soft or coffee... lots and lots of coffeeeeee's...

Lyn Allitt is making this cushion.

Jackie made this Cat quilt for her sister who loves cats... lucky sister eh!

Glynis couldn't show you guys the front of her quilt because it's going in a Magazine, but she showed us... it's a real beauty using some red and cream fabrics, the quilting you can see, makes the quilt look totally different from the front. Very clever Glynis!

Sarah is making large quilts now days. This is a really funky quilt used in the family room on these cool evenings.

Sarah was basting this quilt for her mother, lovely and bright isn't it, another large quilt from Sarah who we are used to seeing making the most magnificent mini quilts.

Jackie loves Red Work, here is another of her quilts using patterns copied from a child's colouring in book. Very clever.

Claire with a old quilt top from her stash, it's a Stack and Whack sort of block using a fabric with fans on it.

Joy - One of the blocks she is making, really Funky!

Marilyn won our 'She with the most Show'n'Tell Wins' Competition - that isn't really a competition at all.
Marilyn's Court House Steps that look like Chinese Lanterns... Look at all those Wonderful reds!

Marilyn's Felt quilt made from a Sue Spargo Pattern

Marilyn's Quilt made for her Mum.
Marilyn was quick to tell us that she didn't choose the fabric but we were all very impressed with the way the water flows over the quilt and each block has a Crane in it.

Marilyn was binding this very simple but beautiful little quilt... We all loved and admired it, just perfect for using up some of your stash eh!

Jill is a bit shocked at how bright this quilt is turning out but we thought it was very Funky!

Penny finished her Homework... Hurray! Penny is learning Embroidery at classes held each month, she is very happy to have this month's homework finished and is ready for the next step.

After Lunch... One SCQuilter succumbed to the Belgium Waffles with Hokey Pokey Ice Cream... Yummo! ... The Waffles were so crunchy, the toffee in the Ice Cream was also wonderfully crunchy and the Maple Syrup... was real!

I wonder which SCQuilter it was?
OKAY Heather... you won! I did feel quite sick after...

1 comment:

Maree: said...

All the show & tell is Lovely this month...But I Do Love your Star Burst Quilt Pennie...the colours are Fabulous!!
cheers