The first two quilts are from Jean at Blackall. Queensland is 80 percent drought-declared, and nowhere is feeling this more than in the Central West which includes towns such as Blackall, Barcaldine, Ilfracombe and Longreach, to name some of these. Recently, the Queensland Premier urged tourists to visit the region and spend money in these communities. Jean’s first quilt is being quilted with the petal power e2e machine quilting pattern and the boy’s quilt is being quilted with the plush e2e pattern. The third quilt comes from Kay of Athol near Toowoomba, and this is being quilted with the flower puff e2e machine quilting pattern.
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This quilt from Jennifer of Brookfield is being quilted today in the budget ribbon candy e2e machine quilting pattern. Our budget pattern range can be seen below
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This is a Crossroads to Bali quilt bought as a kit by Margaret of Towoomba from the KoolKat Quilting stand at last year’s Toowoomba Quilters Inc. annual exhibition in Toowoomba. It is being quilted with the fern gully e2e machine quilting pattern in a charcoal thread. The kit is sold out, but the pattern designed by Kathy Adams is available from http://www.koolkatquilting.com/, or it can be downloaded as a pdf from www.koolkatquilting.com.au
Today’s first quilt comes from Gail on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast and has been quilted with the Maru Bishamon e2e machine quilting pattern in a grey thread. Emma’s fairy quilt was sent by Mavis of Roma and also has a label to mark the second birthday of grand-daughter Emma. It has been quilted with the plush e2e pattern in a lilac thread to match the lilac batik fabric used in this quilt.
The first quilt is from Leah of Toowoomba. The Captain America quilt is for her son and is being quilted in Stars and Loops e2e. The second quilt is from Glenys of Chinchilla and has been quilted with the budget Loop-d-loop e2e machine quilting pattern. The Dresden plate quilt in the middle is from Jan of Toowoomba and is being quilted with the budget I love it trailing hearts pattern. The fourth quilt is from Gerry of Coburg, Victoria, who asked for the Nouveau Scallops e2e pattern. Finally, the batik quilt is from Bev of Tarragindi and is being quilted with the Waitomo e2e machine quilting pattern
This quilt featuring black and white squares from Marg at Mundubbera is being quilted with the Not Square e2e machine quilting pattern in a white thread. KoolKat Quilting supplied a solid black backing for this quilt, which will have the not square design in white as a pattern showing up on the black fabric.
The first quilt today at KoolKat Quilting is from Karen of Pittsworth who brought this quilt which is being quilted in the maple leaf e2e machine quilting pattern. The middle quilt comes from Lyn of Toowoomba and is being quilted with the budget deb’s swirls e2e, while the bottom quilt is from Marion, also from Toowoomba, who asked fro the budget meandering leaves e2e.