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.


Wednesday, 27 June 2018

June Gatherings

 To start this month's show'n'tell, we have the beginnings of a butterfly stitchery and some Dear Jane blocks.

The piece below is being made by our male member - B - he is putting together the most amazing applique, full of Egyptian Mythology.  His knowledge of history is quite something. 

English Paper Piecing - is quite addictive!  Also, so much choice these days with many types of papers and templates available to choose from.  Although, one cannot deny the attraction of a simple hexagon......  Can you see the box of prepared hexagons just under the table?  Oh wow.........

Or the alternating shapes which either begin with a hexagon or finish up as a hexagon shape.....

And we mustn't forget "Patchwork of the Crosses" or simple stars....

Or a "Trip Around the World".

 Then we moved onto hand-piecing.  Simply gorgeous


And knitting with self-patterning yarn...  Those socks and that beanie are going to be well loved.  We are eagerly awaiting the show'n'tell of the finished items.

Then we finish off with a wonderful display of machine pieced items.  Starting with a "jelly roll race" quilt.  Followed by the awesome traffic quilt.

Scrappy Stars - the back is as gorgeous as the front.

And some more scrappy stars with alternating 'wonky' courthouse steps blocks.  Two different settings using the same blocks to create very diverse looking quilts.

During 2017 we had a fun sewing day where we all made the "Scrappy Trips" Pattern by Bonnie Hunter.  J has finished hers, completed with a pieced section on the back.


And to finish off, a simple block, made in many sizes to create a glorious riot of colour and fun!

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