Beryl was in a finish it up mode and finished this top from a class with Natalie Murdoch of Wholly Quilts (want to hear an interview with Natalie? Click here).
We've been learning about making EPP clamshells at club. Beryl used hers to make this cool little fish bag.
Gayleen made Ingrid this teeny little mallow puff holder! Ingrid resisted the urge to eat the mallow puff until she showed it off at club!
Ingrid was also in use it up mode. This quilt has a centre of leftover colour wash blocks.
And another top by Ingrid using up leftover french braids. Such a classic colour combo.
Ingrid designed this positive and negative Kawakawa leaf block and made two matching placemats.
And a matching table runner.
Jane was using up leftovers too. The nine patches all have plaids in them.
Sue is visiting Grandchildren very soon. And the lucky kids are getting a quilt each.
This one is still in progress, but we won't get to see it finished as she is leaving soon. Aren't those dinosaurs cool?
Shirley has been her usual creative self and finished off this sample from a class with Petra Pilkington.
Judy found a use for leftover hexagon flowers. She has stitched two together and made a hot pad out of them.
Gayleen is finishing off this very special healing hearts quilt for a friend who is having a hard time.
Stephanie has turned these blocks from a class at The Country Yard into a gorgeous table runner and coasters.
Until next month, make quilts and keep warm!