Everyone made a wonderful start to what I know will become gorgeous quilts.
Let's have a closer look.
Carolyn worked on this beautiful baby quilt. I love these colours together and am equally in love with both the back and the front of the blocks.
Carol used fabrics from her stash to create these delightful Pikelets . Her use of a variety of low volume prints for the main fabric on the front of the blocks is a great variation to the pattern and is sure to be a stash buster!
Ann is creating the most gentle quilt using soft pastel prints. My apologies for the shadows in these photos..... they don't do justice to how truly beautiful these blocks are
Suzanne is stash busting in her Pikelets quilt, bringing a wide range of fabric pieces together with this versatile small spot print as the focus fabric.
Julie decided to work way outside her comfort zone and use bright, saturated prints paired with a black on black focus fabric to create these stunning Pikelet sets. Well done Julie!
Congratulations to all the workshop attendees! As you can see by this sample of the workshop blocks the RedBerry Quilters are a talented group of quilters . Everyone started off with a very different collection of fabrics but all worked with the same pattern to create unique and delightful blocks. I can't wait to see what these quilts look like when finished.
The generous RedBerry quilters make many quilts for their community and perhaps this pattern will be useful for quilt as you go community quilt projects in the future.
I hope that your week has also been filled with inspiration, and a moment or two of time for stitching.
My mind is now turned to this Saturday where I have my next workshop at Cottage Quiltworks. Can't wait!
Happy sewing, love Miriamx
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