This is the lovely Lynne Edwards sampler quilt which Muriel made as a Flutterwheels challenge. The group challenged themselves to make different blocks from Lynne's book, and then assembled them using 'quilt as you go'. Muriel enjoyed (most of) the blocks, but wasn't impressed with the assembly method.
Paula is indefatiguable in her support for Project Linus, and she has a great way with colour. These pinwheels blocks were orphans (they aren't actually as wishy washy as they look here!) and she decided to zing them up with some bright orange. They have certainly been zinged!
Here is another Linus quilt from Paula. This one was a set of little panels, beautifully sashed. Thanks Paula.
Jan is another big supporter of Project Linus. She did a workshop on maling cushions with a group of ladies, and had bought lots of panels to make the job easier. These were left over, and have made this lovely cot quilt,
Doreen went to a fabric bowl making workshop, and has made this gorgeous bowl out of silk waste. The photo hasn't done it justice, as the colours and the silk really make it glow.
She was also inspired by Jenny Rolfe to make this little rectangualr bag decorated with buttons. Very effective.
She is also a Linus lady, and had made this colourful top. She loves piecing and binding quilts, but not layering and quilting, so Liz kindly took this away to finish. What teamwork!
And here is a knitted log cabin! Doreen said it was very easy and described the method, which sounded far from easy to me! Maybe it was something you had to do, rather than listen to.
More Linus quilts, this time from Sue. It's a pity I didn't get a photo of the backing, as it was umbrellas - very suitable for a Noah's Ark quilt! Thanks, Sue.
And here, to end with, is the back of Sarah's quilt. What fabulous quilting!If you have anything you have completed, please bring it to show, as we never criticise and love to see others' work. Looking forward to even more inspiration next month!