I didn't have anything to show you last week. I had been busy but the quilts I was working on were going in a book to be published next year by one of the ladies I quilt for, and so they are under wraps for the time being. They were lovely and I will give you details of the book nearer the time as it will be a must have purchase!
So, this week these are what I have been working on so far.
First is a Kaffe Fassett pattern (I think) and was made by Sue. She wanted circles on it so I quilted it with Bubbleplay.
Love those cheerful fabrics. Just what I needed to brighten a rather dull and overcast day.
Next up was a quilt made by Tiina using some French General fabrics. I quilted it with a fleur de lis pattern called Joust.
I love this quilt - I had to buy the pattern for myself from her shop. Even better was that I could buy it as a download, which for my impatient nature was a real bonus. I have a bundle of French General fabric that I could use to make it. Another quilt to add to my every growing list of 'quilts to make before I kick the bucket!'
My last quilt to show you is a little house quilt made by Julie who made that lovely quilt using all the Oakshott shot cottons. She chose a baptist fan pattern.
(The quilt was beautifully pieced and square - not like this photo. I think I must have taken the photo from the side!)
So, that just about sums up this week so far. I'm working on piecing a quilt of my own using some of my civil war reproduction fabrics so keep checking back as I will be posting progress so far.
In the meantime, Happy Quilting.