This quilt is made by Joanne, who is a wonderful quilter. Zillions of diamonds in this quilt (literally--everything except the borders was diamonds) and it laid flat and square. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.
This quilt is a Magic Tiles, and was made by the Quilting Ministry at Symons Valley United Church for silent auction in SVUC's Spring Fling on June 14. It will be a fun night if you want to attend, call the church for tickets.
The quilt is titled "Please Send Me a Sign" as a sign for the church is how some of the funds from the silent auction are being directed.
Batik top, luscious chocolate minkee on the back. Hobbs 80/20 batting. Wonderfil Mirage thread, with a lovely sheen.
This quilt was made by Nancy, for her grand-niece. Lucky little girl.
This is a Tea Time in Bali
quilt, this time made with batiks. Nancy's niece likes daisy's, so she
asked for daisy's in the quilting, and chose a Magnifico Gold thread,
with a lovely sheen and it looks so great on the back of the quilt.
This quilt has Hobbs 80/20 for batting, which provides nice loft and
definition to the quilting, and will stand up well to the washing for a
I was able to get a photo of this top when the blocks were all laid out but not yet sewn together. I think it is very interesting how different (and how much better) it looks when the blocks are sewn together. I have made more than one quilt that I didn't like until I had all the blocks sewn together or even until it was quilted.
The backing looks so rich and textured. It is a batik as well.