The Africa Quilt designed by Pauline at PU, has the Pascoe Patchers up to their ‘manes’ in fusible web as the second block is appliquéd down onto their backgrounds.
Betty H’s Lion
Julie A’s Lion
Sue C’s punk Lion is awaiting his earing ….
Some are yet to be stitched down with machine blanket stitch – that’s yet more hours of work as the mane is intricate.
Yay, another table runner is finished.
This one from a class at PU, and made for Dear M-in-L. A quilt-as-you-go project using a very stiff ‘basket’ wadding and 12wt Wonderfill Spagetti thread.
The challenge was in the selection and placement of the fabrics in a geometric fashion, rather than as a log cabin style.
Creativity abound’s in the fingertips of patchworker Pauline. This year her major quilt design has a theme of ‘Africa’, and in particular the iconic animals of the continent.
This block a month course began with a ‘Grant’s Zebra’. Pauline has researched interesting facts that help us with understanding the pattern when we appliqué.
And the results so far are …..
Sue C’s going all out with alternative colours …
Julie A’s zebra …
Dianne’s zebra …
Betty H’s zebra is keeping it’s eye on you …
and the RobynsPatch zebra ….