Sunday, 13 October 2013


 Lutterworth Piecemakers are proud to announce their fourth biannual exhibition!

There will be loads of eye candy and inspiration for all, not to mention a sales table, trader and most important of all - cake!  If you would like to see the kind of thing you can expect, look at the last exhibition and you'll put the dates straight into your diary!
See you there!

Sunday, 6 October 2013

September meeting

Unfortunately I couldn't attend the September meeting (I was forced to go on holiday by my husband!) and from the look of the photos, I certainly missed a treat!
There were lots of finished mystery quilts, all in different colourways.

                                          The lime green and purple one is very striking!

  Someone is sneakily hiding behind this lovely green one!
Two more, one bordered, one not yet.

June's raffle was based on a mystery too, a Cluedo mystery!
Liz and Nik were in the kitchen and were delighted to both win a raffle prize.  Liz looks rather satisfied with hers!
Here is our speaker, Janet Cook, in front of one of her fabulous mosaic quilts.

She brought plenty of quilts to be admired.

Paula had been busy, busy over the summer.  This quilt is for Project Linus and was made from a strip of robot pictures a generous Malvern stall holder gave her.  The backing is made from robot fabric from the same range! 

This is a fishy quilt and the 'blue sea' sashing has been cleverly quilted with waves.

This is another one of Paula's Linus quilts, and is a Lynne Edwards design.  Beautiful choice of fabrics.

Paula bought this owl pattern a while ago and has had lots of pleasure while making it up.

Gaynor has a small wall hanging of Japanese coats.  Lovely colours.

Like many of us, Jan hates to waste time.  While hospital visiting recently she appliqued all these mittens and made them up for Linus.  Cute.

This is another owl (and family), made by Debbie.  Gorgeous.

A fabulous scrap quilt - I'd have liked to have seen this closer up.  Looks wonderful.

The next day was a workshop by Janet.  here are some of her samples.  They all look so good, I can't imagine which one I'd choose.

Here's a close up, so you can see how it's done.

Lots of concentration at this table.

And this one.  I look forward to the results at the October meeting.