Saturday, December 22, 2007

Christmas gifts

I made these sewing hold alls for my friends Peg and Kerry. We have just had lunch together and exchanged gifts. They are both very special people.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Christmas Gifts

I have made these two bags as gifts, one for my sister and one for my sister in law.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Christmas Tree

This is a Christmas decoration I made last year.

Christmas Gift

This was the gift I received at Club Quilt Narromine Christmas party. This beautiful cushion was made by Ros(bloom). Thankyou Ros I love it.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Santa Swap

Each Christmas Club Quilt Narromine have a gift swap. The gift must be made by yourself and each gift is given out by lucky dip. This is the gift I made this year. Carolyn received it and she was very pleased. I try to make useful gifts. I enjoyed making it very much.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Bag number 36

A pretty chenille bag I have made.

Bag number 35

I have made this bag before,but this one is shaggy. I am making all the bags for my grandsons' school fete in May 2008. After the fete in May 2007 I decided to make one bag a week. I am ahead with the count.

Bag number 34

This is a reversable bag. It has black on the inside.

Bag Number 33

Just a bag

Bag number 32

Club Quilt Narromine were lucky to have a weekend retreat at the home of one of our members,Carol. I made four bags on the weekend.

Bag number 31

Dragon fly gave me this pattern. It has a ribbon through the top. Thanks Fiona

Birthday Present

This is a quilt I made for Peg(happy in quilting) Peg is a remarkable lady. She works long hours but always finds time for all her friends. I am lucky enough to be her next door neighbour and her very good friend.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Christening Gift

I made this as a gift for Sienna who was Christened recently.

Shaggy Quilt

I was inspired to make this after seeing a shaggy quilt that my friend Peg (Happy in quilting) had made. The fabric in Timeless Treasures. Just to let people see that I make something other than bags.

Sunday, November 18, 2007


I am organising my patterns into folders today. It's a fairly big job, but I am getting there.

Bag number 30

I had enough chenille to make this little bag as well. The handles are fabric covered ridgelene.

Bag number 29

I made the chenille for this bag last year and wasn't sure what to do with it.I think it turned out quite well.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Bag number 28

With Christmas fast approaching I thought I had better get in front, so I don't have to catch up if I get behind.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Bag number 27

This is the same pattern as bag 26 only I used 1 fabric and cut down the size so I could make it out of a fat quarter. Hooray I'm more than halfway!!!!!

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Bag number 26

This is a pattern given to me by Dragonfly(Fiona) it's Japanese.thanks Fiona.The pattern can be obtained from http//
creative_little_daisy/2006/06/two_little_tuts.html (scroll to the bottom)

Monday, November 12, 2007

Bag number 25

This is a Rosalie Quinlan design, SiSi's summer bag. I changed the handles.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Bag number 24

bag number 23

Bag number 22

Bag number 21

Bag number 20

Bag number 19

Bag number 18

Bag number 17

Bag number 16

Bags 15 and 14

These two bags were kindly given to me by Gai D, thank you.

Bag number 13

Bag number 12

This bag featured on a DVD that was free in Homespun

Bag number 11

Bag number 10

Bag number 9

Bag number 8

This bag is called a Paddington Satchel by Moon Shine

Bag number 7

Bag number 7


These are a couple of roses I picked from my garden

Bag number 6

Bag number 5

Bag number 4

Bag number 3

Bag number 2

I made this bag to my own pattern.The side pockets should be useful for baby things.

Welcome to my new improved blog. My friend Peg (Happy in quilting) visited me and gave me a few pointers.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

This is bag number 1. I will get them all up here eventually.

Hexigons done the easy way

One of my favourite quilt patterns.

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