First up is Cathlene, when a new member starts we ask them to bring something along which speaks about them as a quilter. Cathlene brought along this stunning flying geese quilt.
Just look at this hand quilting! Welcome Cathlene we look forward to many more show and tells.
Our second new friend is Sue, this is Sues first quilt! How amazing! Well done Sue this is amazing, Sue did this at the peekaboo class at mybearpaw.
We were all entranced by Sues travelling hexie project. Place names embroidered in the hexies, what a great memory quilt.
Action shot! Honestly Jo never sits still, literally! Apologies for the poor quality but she is a dynmo! This quilt sprang from the Anna Maria Horner modern corsage class at Quilt Con, I heard someone say 'how playful' that's a great way to sum it up!
Peek a boo!
We all loved the nosegay block from the class by Fiona Calvert at the stitchgathering, Margarets take on it is fabulous, love the colour palette.
Sheenas second show and tell is this lovely cushion, started at a Sheena Norquay class.
Bee blocks next! Fiona is getting us in the mood for Christmas with a disappearing nine patch.
Sheena would like some house blocks, I love a good house block!
Ann showed us this brilliant project bag, just big enough to hold cutting mat etc and made out of IKEA fabric, I think the EMQ single handedly keeps Ikeas profits up!
Jaqui has gone sewtogether crazy! Three of these pretties! This one is destined for a Canadian friend, loving those cute appliquéd maple leaves. The patter is by sew demented. We all agreed that the tutorial by the quilt barn is soooo useful in helping putting these together.
How sweet is this baby quilt from Janice, I may be biased but i think the quilters of the EMQ are pretty fabulous at putting colours together.
Audrey showed us this fabric at the meeting when we went to the pub, look what she has done with it!
I only had little show and tells, it's been a pouchy kind of month for me, these cute triangle pouches are from a tutorial by spoonful of sugar.
Two little boxy pouches with exposed lace pattern from the eternal maker. I love the hippos!
I was the lucky recipient of the bee blocks this month, a table full of colour and fun all destined to go to project Linus, cheers ladies!