During lockdown Quilting 2 group member Elizabeth Shaw finished making this beautiful quilt (above) from ‘log cabin blocks’ using fabric left over from previous projects. She says: “As you can see there is a lot of purple, which is left over from the bed runner I made for my sister.” She is pictured (right) with group leader Juliet Eberle, who was also busy quilting through the lockdown and produced this colourful piece of work (below).
Inga Sorensen, too, has taken on a large quilting project (below). “It is going to be a bedspread, a present for some friends. It has not yet been sewn together – at the moment it is just pinned to the wall. It will have a light grey border. It is a very big project, and it has been a lot of fun putting it together. It has made Covid easier to cope with!” says Inga.
During the previous lockdown quilter Deanne Rhodes produced these colourful Christmassy decorations to give to her family.
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