Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Sometimes.....

...there is not a lot to show even when we have been sewing up a storm.  Over the past few weeks there has been lots of english paper piecing...
Blocks for the final border of Mount Mellick by Ann or are they  Clare's?
The beginnings of a bag by Barb
...hand piecing...
Blocks for the final border of Mrs Williams from Kerry
 ... and needleturn applique.
A second Mount Mellick by Di using different fabrics
A yet to be named quilt from me that uses a beautiful piece of fabric gifted to  me by Petra Prins
The beginnings of Pendle Hill, also by me 
 And finally a finish - a cot quilt for Baby Hanna.  this was needle turn appliqué and broderie perse with machine pieced variable stars.
The finished quilt
And a close up of the centre.

Until next time.......

Meghan

15 comments:

  1. Always inspirational seeing what your all up too and love everything you are all doing.

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    1. Thank you Sue. We are a very fortunate group to have someone as wonderful as Di as a friend and mentor. Hope you are joining her classes in the UK next month.

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  2. Oh my, so wonderful.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  3. Love the Pendle Hill centre with the brown background fabric.

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  4. Yum yum yum! Such delicious fabrics and beautiful projects.

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  5. Thanks for another great inspirational post! you girls surely do have talent (and a lot of fun, I'm sure).

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  6. Just love your posts. What you all produce is just amazing love them all.

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  7. such lovely projects! Always great inspirations here :)

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  8. All so beautiful - love the broderie perse !

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  9. You ladies do such fabulous work. The fabric gifted from Petra is amazing. Wonderful colours.

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    1. Thank you Shirley. I read on your blog that you will be joining Di's classes in the UK. Enjoy!

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  10. Hello Meghan I have enjoyed visiting here. My Welsh neice is called Meghan too, it is a very unusual spelling in England.
    I love to EPP and hand applique, so I found your photos very inspiring. It was nice to meet you all, Kath in England.

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  11. All so very, very beautiful! If any of you ever come to the West coast in the U.S., I would dearly love to take a class from you.....such talented ladies, all of you!!

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