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Patchwork and Quilting


Made from recycled materials.
Hourglass quilt using old Pj's for the material

Quilt as you go using Pj'
Another boys quilt from PJ's

Now a girls flannelette quilt



Other patterns and quicker ways to quilt


Double Hourglass quilt by Cluck Cluck Sew - My tips on ironing etc which will give you sharp points and straight seams. Click here





Quilts for Charity.
I make quilts for an orphanage in Eldorat, Kenya.
Anyone wanting to donate blocks or quilts please contact me.
Made from my leftover blocks of the quilt off our bed.
Blocks I found in an Op Shop. Extra material donated by Hazel

Quilt made from all sorts of leftover blocks - called an orphan quilt.
Donated material I just had to sew together
Sewed by Karen G, Angela, Jeanette and quilted by Me
double hourglass quilt
Flannelette quilt - all soft and cuddly.

Split nine patch quilt. As I was making this quilt I did not like it. But once finished I love it!! So did the boys.

Beginners quilt - cot quilt. This quilt is a cot size with a lot of novelty childrens fabric. I used the process to teach some people how to quilt. It teaches 1/4 inch seaming, straight lines, squares, triangles - which are the basics for most quilts.

Blocks donated by Julie, finished and quilted by me.




Comments

  1. I love the quilt at the top of your blog. The one that has all the random strips sewn onto white. Do you have a post or a tutorial about it? Can you please share the link? Thank you!

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    1. http://madewithmytwohands.blogspot.co.nz/2012/09/done-100-eco-recycled-quilt.html - if you follow the couple of links in the post you will see how the quilt started. Cheers and thanks for visiting.

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  2. I found your blog through the Sew Many Ways linking party. I find it very enjoyable. Like the previous commenter, do you have a post about the quilt that is shown in your banner? I like the way it is put together with various scraps. All the colors are so beautiful.

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    1. http://madewithmytwohands.blogspot.co.nz/2012/09/done-100-eco-recycled-quilt.html - if you follow the couple of links in the post you will see how the quilt started. Cheers and thanks for visiting.

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