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H Block by Sheila Alink-Brunsdon
Made for Bletchley Park Quilt Show and illustrating a puzzle to be solved. Made with colourful batik strips and the back represents the Bletchley Park workers’ mode of transport
Set Aside Till Summer by Pam Bowles
Machine pieced scrap Log Cabin blocks. Baskets and flowers machine appliquéd. Machine free-motion stippling and quilt stitch quilting
Star Struck by Angela Browning
Stars made mainly from dress making remnants saved over the years. Machine and hand pieced and quilted
Mariner’s Compass by Angela Browning
This quilt started at a hand pieced Mariner’s Compass workshop and just grew! I decided to experiment with borders, piping and embroidery. Machine and hand pieced and quilted.
Star Crossed Lovers by Fiona Callander
A mystery quilt in four issues of a magazine. I chose the fabrics from my stash and waited to see how it would turn out
Thinking of You by Michele Clarke
Inspired by Lynne Edwards’ lovely Pansy Basket pattern. All hand appliquéd with button-hole stitch. I added the middle posies and the hand quilted patterns. I was lucky enough to have this included in her Appliqué book.
Autumn Berries by Beth CorstonI was inspired to make this sampler quilt by Lynne Edwards. I loved the berry fabric. I pieced the quilt by hand and quilted by hand and machine.
Amish 9 Patch by Barbara Crawford
Some years ago I became very interested in the work of the Amish quilters and their use of plain fabrics to create interesting patterns. The quilts is machine pieced and hand quilted
Light to Dark Spectrum by Teresa Dunn
I drew up the design on large graph paper and used that as a template for the quilt. I used some recycled fabric and the reverse of some fabrics. Hand and machine quilted.
Stargate by Heather Evans
The quilt is based on the Traditional Group Block of the Month challenge for 2012 by Jane Dickerson and features six of the blocks plus three of my own. The blocks are machine pieced and then hand quilted using the Quit-As You-Go method
Flower Baskets by Jan Godding
This quilt is very special to me. The hand quilted wreath blocks were hand sewn when my Mother was suffering from terminal cancer, the baskets were made by myself and friends. She and I talked and remembered wonderful times and I told her how precious she was to all of us. She saw it finished before she died.
1, 2, ... 25 Leslie Harwood
1930's Butterflies Sally Stott
Aloha Doreen Hallett
Amish Cake Stand Pippa Moss
Amish Ladder Jackie Smith
Angellic Year Karen Llewellyn-Parsons