The twisted bargello quilt is being quilted with the budget meandering leaves pattern and the princess panel quilt with the I Love It trailing hearts pattern. Both quilts were brought to KoolKat by Christine from Millmerran today.
The first two quilts were brought to KoolKat by Jan from Toowoomba. Jan took advantage of the September Spring Special on wadding and backing which finished this Friday. Both quilts are being quilted with budget e2e patterns. The second two quilts came from Jenny, also of Toowoomba. The Marvel superheroes quilt is being quilted with the not square e2e pattern and the flying geese quilt with the clover pattern.
The first quilt was sent by Krystyna from Birkdale and is being quilted with the techno e2e machine quilting pattern to suit a boy. The white and soft batik colour quilt is from Karen at Ipswich and is being quilted with the forever flower pattern. Karen also asked for a quilt label. Finally, Sandra from Cooks Hill, NSW, sent a hexagon star quilt, but here we are showing the effect of the frisky feathers pattern on the border fabric.
Toowoomba Quilters Inc annual quilt exhibition starts today at the Salo Centre, Rome Street, just behind St Ursula’s College. KoolKat Quilting will again have a stall, but with a new look this year. Just completed and on display for the first time is a range of hand-dyed fabrics made by Kathy of KoolKat. Along with a range of her other hand-made items, plus completed quilts, machine quilting information and morning demonstration of Kathy’s textile art skills, KoolKat again has an eye-catching display.
The quilt show runs all week and finishes early Friday afternoon.
The little cot quilt in the first photo was made by Vanessa from Cabarlah and is being quilted with the Budget leaf meander e2e pattern. The pink “Sisters Forever” quilt was made by Shirley from Sherwood in Brisbane, as was the blue I Spy animal print quilt. The pink quilt is being quilted with the Stars and Loops pattern and the blue quilt with the going bananas pattern. The black piece of wholecloth is being quilted with the deb’s feathers e2e for a KoolKat Quilting project .
The first four quilts were made by mother and daughter team Mabel and Debra from Toowoomba, and they chose from the budget range of e2e machine quilting patterns. They also took us the September special on wadding, currently $18/m, normally $24/m for wool/poly and cotton wadding. The two night owl panels were sent by Barbara from St George and KoolKat chose the Stars and Loops pattern for these quilts destined for 2 little boys.