Monday, 25 May 2009

Bushfire Quilting Bee No. 2

There are so many wonderful quilts being made for the Bushfire Survivors (so much more positive than 'victims' - don't you think?) that I shall just let the pictures speak for themselves (phone camera quality, I'm sorry)


I am working on these two:













Some hard workers:

Here are the 'Hand-sewing Ladies' - lots of binding sewn in today, with just a little bit of chatter??!!


This is a 'candlewick' one - just can't see it in this terrible photo - but it looks superb!




Stay tuned for some details on 'The Quilt Hanging' : entry with a gold coin donation - we are also selling raffle tickets - both to raise money for some professional quilting to be done.


So many giveaways at the moment:
loving this one in particular - Jet Designs - free book and patterns - crossing my fingers!

Don't forget to have a look at my SEWN Party giveaway -
look right underneath the Sewn Logo for the link!


5 comments:

Janellybelly said...

Wow! All the quilts look incredible - & they're ready for just the right season to be used & loved.

Claire - Matching Pegs said...

These look like such nice quilts!

Our guild (North of the Yarra Quilters Guild) has made lots but I know they need more quilts for men and teenage boys.

Looks like a fun effort as well as being generous and caring - just in time for winter too.

sewjourn said...

Good post Bronwyn! Haven't uploaded my photos yet because my internet has slowed down AGAIN this month - aargh! Thanks for all your hard work and your quilts look great.

willywagtail said...

They all look absolutely wonderful. so much colour and so many differnet styles should find a place in many peoples hearts. Cherrie

Lyn said...

Hurrah! I made the colourful 'pop garden' blocks in the quilt featured in your top photo! I'm VERY new to quilting, but had so much fun making them. SUCH a thrill to see them coming together. Yay!