I recently had some quilts hanging in the exhibition held in the Lockyer Valley Art Gallery by Gatton Quilters. Here are some pictures of them and a few other works, however I didn’t get a lot of pictures so I haven’t included everyone’s work here. This first one is my Shimmer Quilt that I just finished in time to include. I used lots of my favourite bright-coloured fabrics, mostly Kaffe Fassett and Philip Jacobs. The pattern was by Jenny Bowker.:
My Eco Hodge Podge, (on the right below) was made using lots of pieces of stencilled and painted fabric from various workshops our group has had over recent years. The small quilt on the left was also made with stencilled fabric, mixed with commercial fabric. It’s title is “There’s a lion in there’- can you see it?
The cushion below was made by Amanda in a ‘Working with Curves’ workshop:
I made this quilt last year for my son, using the Victoria Findlay Wolfe pattern ‘Bright Lights, Big City”:
The quilt below is my ‘Small World’ quilt (pattern by Jen Kingwell):
The small quilts below were done as part of a monthly ‘colour’ challenge. We could only use one colour but whatever technique or theme we wanted.
And this one below- last year’s colour sinchies challenge: only 6″ in size, using 2 colours only and following the theme Flora and Fauna:
Each maker’s sinchies are in a horizontal row across the wall- mine is the 4th row from the bottom.