The blue spaceship quilt is from Margaret at Pittsworth and she asked for the stars and loops e2e machine quilting pattern on her quilt. The bargello quilt is from a returning customer, Bev formerly of Mount Isa, now at Crow’s Nest, and she chose the Deb’s Feathers e2e machine quilting pattern for this quilt.
Rachael from Singapore is visiting her mother in Sydney next week and needed to have her quilt quilted, binding attached, and a label to present the quilt as a gift. She asked for the bountiful feathers e2e machine quilting pattern. The quilt was completed in 24 hours and leaves by Express Post today. Toni from Tewantin, another first time customer, sent the pretty pieced quilt which is being quilted with the flower puff e2e pattern
This Janette’s quilt from Roma – she likes close or intense quilting – here we are using her choice of the alfresco e2e machine quilting pattern. From July 1, due to increasing operating costs, we have increased the budget pattern range to $3.30 per square foot, and our basting service is now half of that price. Our standard pattern prices remain the same, and have been unchanged since 2011. We continue to try to find cost savings and efficiencies wherever we can to avoid increasing prices. However, we find the utilities such as electricity, council rates, etc do not share this outlook.
The pink and white quilt is from Glenda of Toowoomba and is being quilted with the I Love It trailing hearts budget pattern. The king size quilt from Traci at Southport is being quilted with the Deb’s Feathers e2e and the cat quilt from Wendy at Crow’s Nest is being quilted with the fireflies e2e pattern.
Lesleigh from Westlake in Brisbane brought us this quilt yesterday. It is being quilted with the budget meandering leaves e2e machine quilting pattern in a lemon coloured thread.
Narelle and Doris from Bollon arranged a drop off of 4 quilts with horse print panels yesterday. We used the blowing pampass grass and plush e2e machine quilting patterns on these quilts.
Judy brought this flannelette quilt yesterday which is being quilted with the nautilus e2e machine quilting pattern. Lyn brought two quilts today, the blue and white quilt is being quilted with the deb’s feathers e2e and the brown quilt with the hearts and swirls e2e.
The applique quilt is from Dione of Toowoomba and is being quilted with the I Love It trailing hearts pattern in a cream thread to match the background of the applique panels. The next two king size Star Wars quilts are from Heather at St George and these are being quilted with the budget meander e2e machine quilting pattern.
Thank you to the organisers and Paroo Shire Council for welcoming us to Eulo on June 4 where Kathy held a wrapped rope bag making workshop. The participants made good progress on their projects during the day as can be seen in the photos below. Kathy has decided she will retire from taking quilting workshops for the foreseeable future as she concentrates on her own projects and other interests. Eulo’s enthusiasm made a great finale and Kathy and Geoff enjoyed their stay on their second visit to this township. After Eulo, the KoolKats travelled on via Currawinya NP, Hungerford, Wanaaring, Tibooburra and Sturt NP, Silverton, Menindeee, Lake Mungo, Gundabooka NP south of Bourke, Hebel, Nindigully Gully, Westmar and home. Trip photos will appear on our Facebook page.