.....my looooove has come along...... no, not singing, but perhaps I will crank that song out of the iPod while I'm quilting today, now that it's in my head! Before I sit at the machine for another long piecing day (why did I say I'd write another book again?? Oh that's right, because I love it), here at last is the promised post of pics of quilts made by students/ from my patterns that people have sent me over 2009. Again in no particular order - and please, if I have posted a pic of your quilt and you have a blog to link to or I haven't credited it correctly to you, let me know and I will fix you right up! Here goes...
More lovely Annie's Gardens on Flickr.
Beryl made this flying geese quilt for her new grandchild.
Fiona put together this cot quilt using her scraps!
More Dotty on Flickr.
Margaret in my Friday class made this beautiful version of my Potting Shed quilt (pattern available from me). She also whipped up this fantastic soccer quilt for her nephew using all his shirts.
Marg made Charlotte Sometimes (MO2) for her niece. I don't have a pic of the quilt once we got the applique on Marg, do you?Sewn, and there is an article about the making of these two quilts in this month's Quilter's Companion magazine.
Oscar and I also made a patchwork kite in 2009 year - you can find the tutorial for it under tutorials in my sidebar.
Bridget made a sweet version of Strawberry Fields (MO1) using lots of Heather Bailey fabrics.
My sister-in-law learned to make her first quilt! She wrote about the experience for Sewn in Sewing Stories.
A fabulous version of Jazz Hands (MO2) on Flickr.
A little cutie with her Candy Shop (MO1) on Flickr.
And last but not least, a Fanciful Flowers (MO1) on Flickr too. I know that Kate at Passing Down Crazy has also made a fab Fanciful Flowers, and that there are also a few Down the Rabbit Hole pics that I've been sent, and various other things, but I can't find what I've done with all the pics! So please send them again if you have them and I'll get them all put up for viewing pleasure.
You can buy signed copies of my books here, or without signature at your local book or quilting store! OK, back to the sewing machine, there's work to be done!