Monday, October 06, 2008

More Quilts from Our Exhibition.

The top photo is a scrap buster quilt by Jill Mc Coy.
The blue and white triangles had a fabulous clean crisp appearance . I love it's simplicity.

Jenni Scott made both these fabulous bags. She won The Challenge - where the star block she has used in the bag had to be incorporated into what ever you made.The other bag she made at a class - it has covers for a drink bottle, phone, coin purse etc all part of the Mother bag. It is sensational. ( I think loosely based on a Japanese pattern )She loves browns and fawns.

Helen O' Connor's frog wall hanging appealed to lots of the young viewers we had enjoying our show.

This lovely red Dresden plate quilt by Barbara Clarke, can be found in Issue # 28 of The Australian Quilters Companion - where she gives instructions on how she made this quilt. ( lucky us to now have her in our group! )
(photos enlarge with clicking ) More tomorrow!


anne bebbington said...

I love the top quilt - just such a simple pattern to execute but it always looks effective and a great way to use up scraps

loulee1 said...

Oooh! More pictures, thank you. I'm torn between the plates and the blue one.

Anonymous said...

Love the purses. Looks like they are well made. I'm also a lover of browns, tans etc.

Guðrún said...

The bags are beautiful.

Thimbleanna said...

Thanks for sharing those beautiful quilts -- I love the bags too!

meggie said...

Where to start? They all look so excellent. Thankyou so much for sharing it all with us, Ali.