I have been working on some of my little Christmas projects and I have at least one of them finished to show. This is the little Christmas trees all in a row- they hang so long it was hard to get a good picture of them all!
I made them mainly with Japanese fabric and a few others thrown in. While it was easy enough to make, it was also a little tricky to get it perfect, in that some of the triangles are a little off-centred, but I think that just adds to the charm!
The pear that I started last week is not quite finished yet; here is a progress photo. Looks a plump little pear so far!
I also have a picture here of a completed fractured art quilt. This is part of a year-long challenge that Gatton Quilters Art group has been working on. The picture was divided into segments and 6 different people then had to re-create their segment in whichever way they could. One participant is then given all 6 pieces to put back together into a complete picture. This picture was assembled by Meryl, and is the first completed one we’ve seen. Doesn’t it look great? Meryl used a black with pin spots for the sashing and binding which really sets it off well.
The remaining pictures will also be assembled over the next month or two so hopefully I can then show a few more on here.
I’m linking through to WIP on Freshly Pieced today, where there’s lots of “in progress” things happening.