|A modern quilt|
|This is from Jean Wells's collection|
|Flowers along the way|
|From Sarah Fielty's workshop|
|Newly emptied drawer|
|Bags to go|
|Auditioning the arramgement|
|The lettering book|
|Just one more row to add|
|Constructing the quilt in sections|
|Squares ironed onto freezer paper ready to sew.|
|A lovely classic log cabin|
|One of Judi's quilts|
|Dragonflies raffle quilts at Oast: I have my eye on the flying geese|
|Looking at Judi's quilt from Karen's book|
|My samples and they are just that, hence the different colour choices and|
yes, that is a glass of something in the background. It was an
unseasonably chilly day.
|This would be easy to copy but would need to be laid out in entirety before|
|I think this one may be by my tutor, Jackie Ericson or at least be inspired by her.|
|Bordered to fit elephant panel|
|With 5" squares|
|This is with top left section sewn and no 5" squares|
|Machine embroidered quilt which my companions didn't like but the next lady with her little |
girl loved it and the daughter wanted to buy it! I was interested because I have friends who use
|By Barbara Summery; she said she spent a day with Alex Alexander using her |
Curves for rectangles ruler but I think she meant Karla Alexander
whose name is associated with this ruler and this pattern.
The quilt looks like floating handkerchiefs.
|Mary Ann Pettway's red and white quilt at Sisters|
|A housetop quilt by a Gees Bend Lady, wonderful graphic impact.|
|I think this one also comes from Mary Ann Pettway. The price: $19500 as wide exposure |
in the art world has created a market for these quilts.