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Clover, dog bones, fern gully, budget leaf meander and simplicity e2e patterns

Bev from Toowoomba chose the clover e2e machine quilting pattern for an Irish football fan, while her friend Kathy chose the dog bones e2e for the dog lover who is to receive her quilt.  Val from Toowoomba chose the fern gully e2e pattern for her striking fabrics, while Loretta from Blue Mountain Heights chose the budget leaf meander pattern.  The final quilt from Miranda outside Bollon is being quilted with the simplicity e2e pattern.

Quilting starts again today. Quilt label featured.

The blue strip quilt comes from Donna at Roma and KoolKat chose the circle meander pattern to meet Donná’s request for a budget pattern.  The fractured diamond quilt is from Anna of Coorparoo, Brisbane, who chose the clouds e2e pattern for her quilt. Next are two quilts from Sarah at Carrara, and these have been quilted with the budget I Love It trailing hearts pattern.  The label belongs to the last quilt today, and it came from Samantha at Quilpie who made this cot quilt to celebrate the birth of her daughter earlier this month.  The second last quilt comes from Kath at Mansfield in Victoria and it is being quilted with the budget meandering leaves pattern.

 

 

 

 

 

Circle meander, paisley feather, roseleaves and sticky buns e2e patterns

The first quilt is from Anita of Brookstead who chose the budget circle meander e2e pattern for this quilt.  Rebecca and Georgie from Top Camp chose the paisley feather pattern with black thread for this school quilting project.  The lilac border quilt by Kathy from Toowoomba is being quilted with the roseleaves e2e pattern, while Lorraine from Chinchilla chose

the sticky buns pattern for her 365 day quilt challenge.

 

 

 

Daisy chain and budget I Love It trailing hearts patterns.

 

 

The Kaffe Fasset fabric quilt comes from Janine of Ballandean in the heart of the wine country on the Granite Belt.  She chose the daisy chain e2e pattern in an aqua thread for this king size quilt. The drunkard’s path quilt from Delma of Blue Mountain Heights is being quilted with the budget I Love It trailing hearts pattern, and the hexagon quilt from Betty of Placid Hills is also being quilted with the same pattern.

Dragonflies, happy times, nautilus and I Love It e2e patterns

 

 

 

 

 

The first quilt is from Bev of Toowoomba and is being quilted with the dragonflies e2e pattern.  Also from Toowoomba is Michelle, who brought this pink cot quilt which included binding both sides as well as quilting in the happy times e2e pattern.  The orange and purple quillow is from Narelle at Tara and is being quilted with the nautilus e2e pattern.  The flannelette cot quilt is for Betty from Toowoomba and is also being quilted with the happy timese2e.  The pink floral quilt was made by Laureen from Warwick and she chose the budget I Love it trailing hearts e2e pattern for her quilt.