Fat quarters (and some with just a bit cut off) looking for a loving home…!
Fat Quarters Swap Box
How it works: you put in any fat/long quarters you don’t want, take out any you fancy in exchange. There’s a sheet on the inside of the lid of for keeping track of what your in and out totals in case there isn’t anything that appeals straight away.
And don’t forget, there’s also a swap box for scraps.
Autumn colours by Christine.
Opinion was divided about what colour to use for the binding on this quilt of Christine’s (who was leaning towards light). Would you use a light, dark or midtone? How about creating a binding from every fabric used?
Busy, busy, busy...
Owls by Irene O and Maureen
Vivien's take on a P&Q pattern "Golden Plait Runner" by Marilyn Hornby
A new direction for Lin ... a circle amidst the triangles.
Janet's colourful quilt
WIP by Christine
Folded log cabin throw WIP by Irene C, on top of a finished quilt of her own design.
Foundation pieced Christmas tree pattern, designed and stitched by Marion Boddy-Evans
Perfect for using up scraps of green! Use Christmas fabric for the background and border, and it’s instantly a Christmas tree. Use ‘normal’ fabric, and it’s an everyday tree.
The tree pattern is A3 in size (two sheets of computer paper stuck together). If you didn’t get the email with it, the pattern is online on Marion’s blog here.
This still hasn't found its way home after the exhibition in the library. If it's yours, Irene C has it.
Busy, busy, busy!
Works in progress. Clockwise from top left: Pat's stone wall (or is it a path)? Ruby's quilt-as-you-go bed quilt. Jinty's lighthouse appliqué quilt. Janet K with not-quite-all-browns and Janet B with definitely-all-brights. Barbara's flowers.