|First you cut your stack of fabrics and move the top centre|
piece to the bottom of the stack
|Sew all the pieces together|
|Now you have a stack of "squares" that need to be trimmed|
the same size and joined together
|If you make more cuts and rearrange the order of the|
stacks you could make this quilt top
Of course we still had show and tell and a chance to discuss what everyone is doing.
|These happy faces will cheer the kids|
|Some of the many beanies going to the needy|
|Orawin's kaleidoscope quilt demonstrates what you can|
achieve with careful cutting
|and this is the back of the above quilt!|
|a king single weighted blanket|
|Doreen's waterproof car seat cover for a special needs child|
|touchy feely quilts for aged care residents|
|the contents of a mystery bag|
Nobody wants to be in hospital at Christmas but reality is lots of people are. Moira and Sue decided that they would get ready to spread some Christmas cheer by making wall hangings for the hospitals we give other items to. A great idea ladies!
Hope you find inspiration from these creations and that we see you at the next Sunshine Linus meeting on Monday 29 September, 2014.