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QUILT FOR LOLA

Pat with "Quilt For Lola" for which she won a "Judges' Commendation" for her machine quilting at the 2006 Sydney Quilt Show at Darling Harbour. 

 

               

QUILT FOR LOLA

The client appliquéd the centre medallion copying the pattern on the beautiful fabric. The fabric also had dotted white lines on it & I just had to quilt around them all, but it is worth it when you get a mention in a show like that.

 

   STACK & WHACK QUILT

This is the first quilt I made and machine quilted on my Gammill. It was exhibited in the 2005 NSW Quilters Guild Show at Darling Harbour in Sydney.   

 
          

 DRAGON QUILT

     The Dragon quilt was a sarong that I purchased in a shop which was closing down, it was from Phuket before the  Boxing Day Tsunami and I feel the makers have probably perished, a keepsake to remember that fateful day.

 

  

 

BUTTERFLY QUILT

     The butterfly was also purchased from the Bali shop closing down sale. Australasian Machine Quilters Conference 2005, 1st place in the art quilt category judged by Pat's peers.

 

   

 

 

     

                                                                                                                                 

         

 CALENDAR CHALLENGE 2005

   The challenge calendar quilt was in the APQS magazine. The theme was "DIVERSITY". I researched on the internet dictionary and found diversity meant MIXED BAG, so from that cue and because it was a calendar quilt I did summer, autumn, winter & spring bags.

 

          

 CHALLENGE QUILT 2005

This quilt came about because I had to enter a small quilt at  the conference in Mittagong. This quilt won the International Teacher's Challenge award, from Dianna Phillips .

 

EXOTICA CHALLENGE QUILT

This was a suitcase challenge for the New South Wales Quilters Guild. The theme was "exotica". I called the quilt "Name Ya Poison". These challenge quilts are small enough to fit in a suitcase, they travel anywhere you want to display them for the cost of return postage. A great idea.

 

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