Sunday, 24 August 2014

Liberated Quiltmaking on Coromandel

These are some of the results of my Liberated Quiltmaking Class in Coromandel 
last week. The ladies all made small sample pieces to learn the technique.
Some were finished as pieces, others were to be made into cushions or Little 
Quilts for the hospital.

A finish - love that combination of chunky and machine quilting.

A table runner

To be a cushion to go with a stunning modern quilt

A jewel complete with pins as she has just started quilting.
I love the texture that the quilting is adding.
These little quilts certainly came alive when the quilting dimension was added.

A Neo-Natal Quilt with a top border to go - stunning and modern.

A wonky Log Cabin

Now for some sights of Cormandel Township - I just couldn't resist stopping for a photo 
or two - I love the old buildings that are so loved.

The view from our host's kitchen window out over Wyuna Bay

Thank you Coromandel Patchworkers Group - what a lovely day we had piecing these.

In the afternoon we moved onto curved piecing like this cushion of mine.

1 comment:

  1. How wonderful to take a class on the Coromandel.
    I'm sure all the ladies were inspired by your sense of design and colour Robyn.
    Love the 'old town' photos with buildings reminiscent of their mining history.
    It's always fun to get out of the city and country people are so hospitable aren't they.