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Wednesday, 9 December 2009

Cumberland Quilt Guild Diamonds

As promised, here are pictures of completed projects from the "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend" workshops held during the Fibre Arts Festival. These participants are all members of the Cumberland Quilt Guild in Amherst, Nova Scotia. Here's Shelley displaying her lovely table topper:
Shelley also made another, this time arranging the colours in her blocks to create the optical illusion found in a "tumbling blocks" setting. The 3-D effect is quite pronounced. Shelley made this wallhanging for her daughter and you can see appliqu├ęd lizards (geckos?) playfully circling the blocks:
Shelley was the photographer for this group picture so didn't get to be in it. Here you see Jennifer, Debbie ("Supreme Commander"), Sheila and Marilyn in the front row and Jackie, Sharon, Nancy (who is modeling hers as a cape) and Chris in the back. Aren't they lovely? (both the quilts and their makers :)
You can see there were lots of giggles.
Thanks to all, and a special thank you to Shelley for the great pictures.

3 comments:

  1. Those are gorgeous.. oh I love your machine. I am still having problems with my e-mail. A new address had to be issued to me so things should get better soon. (so many things to update because of the new address)
    Hope you don't get too bad a storm. We probably will have your snow in rain...

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  2. Karen these are simply delightful. Well done to all and Thanks for sharing the pics.

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  3. WOW - that's all i can say about those pictures. Its such fun to see completed projects. Great inspiration. LB

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