The lemon floral quilt made by Gail from Sanctuary Cove is being quilted with the budget I love it hearts pattern and also has a unique embroidered quilt label made by KoolKat. The blue flannel quilt comes from Brookstead and was made by Anita and the pattern used is the budget loop-d-loop e2e. The final quilt was made by Rosemary from Wilsonton and is being quilted with the budget circle meander pattern.
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Monday, May 13, 2019
The first three quilts were made Yvonne from Riverview and all are being quilted with the plush e2e machine quilting pattern. The floral quilt is from Helen from Esk and is being quilted with the budget leaf meander pattern.
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Kat Adams is a textile artistic with an interest in usable or wearable art. Under the label Kat’s Kool Kreations makes items ranging from table runners and place mats through to funky zip purses and bags.
These feature her creativity in fabric selection and combination, and embellishment using techniques ranging from freehand wool couching, embroidery to transferring images onto fabric.
Kat’s work can be seen at on permanent display at her studio address and is available from the studio and at selected art and craft markets. Further details are available here.
Please note we have received our market commitments for 2019 and will no longer be at the Handmade Expo markets in Toowoomba and Forest Hill. Our next market will be the Laidley Craft and Quilt Show in September, and there will be our major open studio event during the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers. More details to follow.
Thursday, May 09, 2019
Monday, May 06, 2019
This a T-shirt quilt made by Robyn from Panmure, Victoria for a music fan, is being quilted with the plaza e2e machine quilting pattern. Robyn has backed the shirts with Whisper Weft stabiliser which makes the otherwise stretchy material firm and suitable for machine quilting.
Thursday, May 02, 2019
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
The stegosaur e2e machine quilting pattern was chosen by Dione from Toowoomba for her dinosaur quilt. By using a cream thread, there is no affect from the machine quilting on the stitchery panels.
Monday, April 29, 2019
Sunday, April 28, 2019
This is part of a stitchery quilt made by Jenny from Toowoomba. E2e quilting (happy times pattern) is matching thread to background panel colour means the machine quilting has practically nil visual effect on the stitchery. We take a similar approach to applique, candle-wicking and the like.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
The show ribbons quilt was made by Jan from Toowoomba and is being quilted with the rodeo e2e machine quilting pattern. The chenille quilt made by Helen from Theodore demonstrates that e2e quilting can be done successfully over chenille. Also featured is an individual embroidered quilt label made by KoolKat for this quilt.
Sunday, April 14, 2019
The red and white quilt is from Elizabeth near Quirindi, NSW and is being quilted with the starlight e2e machine quilting pattern. Chris from Toowoomba made the superheroes quilts and she asked for the techno pattern for her quilt.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
The blue oriental quilt was made by Shirley from Sherwood and is being quilted with the blowing pampass grass e2e machine quilting pattern. The floral lap quilt below comes from Stephanie from Summerholm near Laidley and is being quilted with the paisley playtime e2e pattern.
Tuesday, April 09, 2019
The first quilt is king size, just under 120 inches square, and was sent by Edi from Mount Isa. It is the last of the March Madness quilts and is being quilted with the deb's swirls e2e pattern. The Corduroy Bear quilt comes from Narelle at Tara and is being quilted with the tumbling bears pattern, while the bottom quilt was made by Karla from Toowoomba and is being quilted with the chaos pattern.
Tuesday, April 02, 2019
The first quilt comes from Leah in the ACT and is being quilted with the deb's swirls e2e pattern. The king size quilt is form Elsie at Highfields and is being quilted with the circle meander pattern.
Monday, April 01, 2019
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Monday, March 25, 2019
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
The first 2 quilts are from a set of 3 delivered by Val of Toowoomba, quilted with plush and paisley feather patterns respectively, and the Japanese quilt came from Kath from Mansfield, Victoria, and is being quilted with the yin yang pattern.
Hello Geoff & Kathy,
My quilts were received yesterday in very good order – an amazing turn-around time. This was the first time using your quilting service & similarly echo the sentiments of other ‘patcher’s who have had their quilts ‘finished’ by you.
I join with them in singing praises of your professionalism & expertise in the service you provide, the constructive suggestions you offer with regard to choice of quilting designs & thread colours to compliment the quilt ultimately turning the sometimes very ordinary into something extraordinary - truly wonderful results exceeding expectations.
Thank you too for your generosity - the “March Madness” offer (lucky to stumble upon) to celebrate your 15th Anniversary – may your business continue to flourish for many years to come – I shall certainly return. Finishing now has a whole new meaning - UFO's should be a thing of the past !!!!
Sunday, March 17, 2019
The first quilt is one of a set of 3 from Paulette from Morayfield. It is being quilted with the daisy chain pattern. The next 5 are from Johnelle at St George. The child's quilt is being quilted with the going bananas e2e pattern, the blue quilt with the jasmine pattern, the king size brown quilt with stars and loops,the floral quilt with sunflower, and the orange king single quilt with the trailing vine pattern.