Another month gone and you haven’t seen what the clever Apatcheez have been up to for a while now. So here’s what they’ve been doing….
Faith finished this wonderful quilt – the flowers are entirely made from the fabric she won in the Apatchy Christmas lucky door prize – thanks XLN Fabrics! And thanks Faith for a wonderful job.
Another surprise was Julia’s bespoke ‘beaded’ necklace – what a wonderful gift!
Suzanne may have a Kanzashi-related problem – but we’re pleased because we get to see creations like this
Sharyn spends her free time creating these little beauties – we especially like the fancy-pants signature.
Dee is off travelling the world – and a very lucky girl on the other side of the world will be the recipient of this Smee designs stitchery/quilt combo
And Bev isn’t one to shirk gift-giving either – here’s her very modern take on a baby quilt
While we’re on the subject of gifts – I think Faith’s latest creation might be headed for someone else too – sorry about the deck lighting in this shot – not the best background.
Angie finished her bag from our class a couple of weeks ago and she look very pleased with it – as she should!
And Elaine finished her version – with her fancy embroidered bee!
And Joananne finished hers – a chic navy blue version
Jan was busy with the Tilda block of the month but still managed to finish this pretty Tilda Club stitched bag.
Oh and while she was at it also finished this bag – made from hexies sewn from her leftover Fiesta project – see what you can do with scraps.
Joan was the first to complete the project-of-the-month with this bright mesh bag made with Kaffe Fassett Collective fabric – way to go Joan!
Chris took a break from quilting to create one of her amazing tea cosies
Debbie finished one of her projects (!!) this lovely hexie purse
Carol came to visit us a couple of times and impressed us with these picnic placemats – complete with cutlery (another project made from small pieces of fabric – I won’t say scraps because they look too good to be described like that)
The youngest Apatchee, Baileigh finished this lunch bag for a school project – well done Baileigh!
Bev finished her February project-of-the-month with Melba magpie fabrics – but we forgot to take a photo – here she is now
Jane sent me a photo of her finished bag
And finally, Joananne sent me a photo of another finished project – a very clever way of using bunting and soft toy fabric to make a child’s quilt – and the back of the quilt has the back of the owl – very clever too.
There’s lots more of course as well as AQC but that’s for another day.
Until then happy quilting