Thursday, February 24, 2011

Customer Quilts and Sue Ross Classes

Just a quick post as the PC is needed for 'business' reasons today!

A show and tell of some of the quilts that have flown in and out of the shop in recent weeks.

These are just two of Vanessa's beautiful reproduction quilts.  Her version of Karen Cunningham's Bumblebee is absolutely stunning and done in pink and brown instead of blue and brown.  Most of the fabrics in her quilt came from the shelves of Quiltsmith. 
Her elongated hexagon quilt has been her portable travelling project and is nearly finished.  It is just devine.

We had our first Sue Ross class for 2011 last Sunday and here is the progress Sue has made on her absolutely stunning broderie perse quilt. A fantastic way to utilise Philip Jacobs fabrics. We have vacancies still available in this class if you would like to enjoy Sue's unique talent of using different fabrics and colours.

Judy dropped by today to collect her black, red and white quilt from the quilter. Stunning and a beautifully well made quilt (quote from the machine quilter). It is a wedding gift, very generous.

Shirley is here today working away on her Phebe applique centre, almost done with just the berries and leaves to go around the outside on the vine.  Beautiful job Shirley.

Kate is doing a great job at catching up with the civil war blocks.  Here is her Richmond block.

Her Texas Tears block.

And lastly her Kansas Troubles block.

Now, get ready, put on your sunglasses, Gypsy Bandana landed in the shop last week.  It is beautiful and rich and has great potential.  Kate is loading it onto the website as I type.

Bye for now.

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