The Australian Patchwork and Quilting Magazine 2015 Annual is out now. One of the feature articles is a review of the inaugural Queens Park Scouts Quilt Show in Ipswich. KoolKat Quilting was pleased to be invited to participate in this event.
The Union Jack quilt is from Cheryl of Ipswich and she asked for a budget quilting pattern, so we chose the loop-d-loop e2e machine quilting pattern. The batik quilt is a new design from Kathy Adams, it will feature some applique after quilt with the budget ribbon candy e2e. The next 3 are cot quilts from Lea at Robina, quilted in various budget patterns. Oliver’s quilt was made by Loretta from Roma who will collect her quilt tomorrow after dropping it off this morning. This is part of the KoolKat service to our customers from country areas.
Quilts today come from far and wide as well as local. The striped quilt is from Helen in Mount Isa and this has been quilted with the paisley playtime e2e machine quilting pattern. The black and green quilt is from Merryl of Highfields and this has been quilted with the plush e2e. Next is Trish’s quilt from Banora Point, NSW which is being quilted in the budget leaf meander e2e. The pink applique quilt comes from Sandra of Toowoomba and is being quilted with the roseleaves e2e pattern.
The quilt with the embroidery hearts comes from Jocelyn, who asked up trim around the edge of the blocks with the embroidery. She chose the daisy chain e2e machine quilting pattern for this quilt. The second quilt is from Margaret and she chose the not square e2e pattern for this quilt which is for her grand-son.
Lyn from Chinchilla brought us this quilt which has been sitting in her cupboard for 12 months. First we had to us pick the quilting which had been commenced as our machine quilting works with separated layers – quilt top, batting and backing
Lyn chose the budget I Love It trailing hearts pattern and asked to finish the quilt by binding both sides. She will collect this quilt today or Monday prior to returning home.