We are a community promoting quilting and related crafts.

Kilmore Quilters provides a social environment for us to get together and share knowledge, learn new skills and create wonderful pieces of art that you can throw on a bed, hang on a wall, or present to someone you love.

Monthly gatherings are held on the following days : Our evening gathering is at 7pm, on the 3rd Wednesdayof the month at the Kilmore Memorial Hall, Kilmore, in the supper room.

The day gathering is held on the following Tuesday at the same venue from 9am-12pm.


Saturday, 29 July 2017

July 2017 Gathering

Another wonderful gathering - with many members creating some incredible work - below is a snapshot of what some of our members have been working on.

M made a quilt with lots and lots and lots of house blocks, which are very cute when you look closely.  An incredibly wide variety of fabrics went into her blocks.

M also made this stunning colourwash quilt with left over odds and ends from other quilts she has made...

J is making a scarf with these stunning motifs

R is making up her applique blocks for a quilt border

A is getting to the point of putting her Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses quilt together.

The other A made 3 scarves and a beanie in one week!!  She really kicked goals and all three scarves were so lovely and soft to touch.  Lots of members were wanting to take them home!


D was very busy also - here is her table runner, a pattern from a magazine, we think it will be very lovely on her dining table.

D has also been plodding away with an Apple Core bed runner.  They measure 1in x 2in.

Now, the other J took an idea from pinterest to make this funky modern quilt which she is hand-quilting in perle thread.  Up close, for the 'whites' it is all fabric with writing on it.  Nothing dull or boring about this one - 

S was continuing her hand applique on a fun baby circus applique.

R says she's on her final crazy quilt block, which we have been watching the progress of over the past few months.  Her stitches are so delicate and beautiful.

? I don't remember who was making the quilt below - but it is quite stunning with the colour choies and panel in the centre.

The other J is continuing her La Passacaliga quilt.  There's lots of movement in the blue circle.  It will be very exciting when she has it all together.  

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