Hello friends, happy Tuesday evening to you. Here in Northland the weather has been a mix of rain, wind, rain and more wind and rain! Thankfully no quilts blew away while being photographed!
The four quilts I am showcasing this evening are all Marcelle's creations. The first is a wonderfully scrappy log cabin delight! I loved it's tossed aqua appeal. Marcelle asked for edge to edge quilting, I chose "Turbulence". Not the most attractive pattern name but this pattern is liked by most.
We used Matilda's Own Polyester batting and Fantastico thread by Superior - colour "Playhouse". Marcelle pieced a fun loving backing, retro children playing.
Next are two twin quilts for Marcelle's twin 3 year old daughters. They are once again scrappy but they are different, see if you can spot the differences.
Miss 'B' loves hearts, whilst Miss 'F' loves butterfly's. In both quilts is Matilda's Own polyester batting and Madeira thread. You can see some of the fabrics have sparkles, perfect for little girls.
Last but not least on "The Marcelle List" is her "Suburb's" quilt by CluckCluckSew. This quilt reminds me of seashore cottages...............................
I could not get a great photo of the whole quilt, shadow's or Simon looming around!
The sky on this quilt was inspired by the particularly winding day present when the quilting took place. Looking at the seashore cottages now has me thinking they also look like boat sheds.
Now the back for this quilt is very clever, a row of cottages, check it out............................Wouldn't it have been amazing if the quilting matched up front and back on the cottages!