Another Baby quilt finished for my niece this time. I was fortunate enough to take a class at the Auckland Symposium, with Angela Walters, which was such fun, and gave me the confidence to try different quilting, other than my stock standard large stippling. I really enjoyed trying out different stitches, and also using my rulers. I still need loads of practice, but when the binding is on, it looks pretty OK. Baby quilts are a good way to practice...not too large! The pattern was from an idea I saw on Missouri Star Quilt Company,
And, to finish off two cushions made as Christmas gifts for a daughter-in-law. She doesn't look at my blog, so I can show them on here. The hexagon one was made with advise/instruction from my friend Linda at Flourishing Palms in Florida.
Kelly's favourite colour is teal. I made both of these 16"cushions with a flapped zipper, which was so easy.
I got the idea for this from Scissortail Studio: How to make a Perfect Zippered Pillow on you tube.
Merry Christmas everyone and thanks for stopping by