Here is a list of all the postings Alyson Booth has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
lovely, what a great way to use up all your off cuts well done
Edited By Katy on 07/04/2013 09:15:19
|Thread: Old hexagons|
What a lovely idea to use up these old hexagones I have lying about, I will definately give it a try and let you know the outcome, it will also be intersenting to find out what is on the old papers too
|Thread: Chop and Sew|
so clever yet so simple - well done Janet
|Thread: A MAZE ing|
Well done that is an incredible Quilt you are very talented
|Thread: Sylvia's Box in the Corner|
Brilliant but it does your head in trying to see all the angles
|Thread: round robin|
|Thread: Quilted Yurt|
Downright awesome - wish I could get up to the show.
|Thread: Stay at Home Round Robin|
Round Robin May - My latest atempt but ran out of the pale fabric so my round robin is now rectangular - looking forward to the next issue
Thanks to Katy for supplying me with her copy of the May issue as mine did not turn up in time, my aplique was a bit to big for the amount of border material I had left so the quilt is now rectanguralish - looking forward to my next magazine issue.
|Thread: Am I the Only one?|
I have tried several times to get a copy from the distribution company but still no luck. I am desperate to add the next border to my 'Stay at home Round Robin Quilt'
I've tried our local newsagent and the local patwork supplier but no luck.........
Any suggestions how I can get this missing copy.
Edited By Alyson Booth on 19/05/2010 11:49:47
|Thread: Christmas Bells|
As a bell ringer I love this hanging
|Thread: Leominster in Bloom|
Awesome, so much work Leomister should be proud of you all
|Thread: My Gran|
your words are only too true, we take things for granted, moad and groan agout our lot 'till we hear and see what others have to go through in life. Life is to short, we should be thankfull and enjoy things while we are able.
|Thread: El-Shaddai quilt.jpg|
Sleeping under that quilt would be like falling asleap dreaming of the orient. you are a very clever lady
|Thread: Crib quilt|
|Hello, when this website first opened I asked if anyone could help with ideas for quilting a crib for our local church's crib fest. Well it is done, I got the idea from 'another' magazine and i am very pleased with the results, lets hope I make millions raffleing it for the bell tower. in December.|
|Thread: In the shade - Baby Giraffe|
What a lovely surprise to see my favorite animal quilted so charmingly - I had the privilege of working with giraffes, and have done a couple of projects using African theme panels, but nothing as stunning as this, it’s something to aspire too. Well done.
|Thread: Quilted Crib|
Thank you for such a prompt response, Yes my plan is to do a wall hanging Nativity Crib, or a blanket although I like the idea of buttons to hang the figures. The brain is whirrling already with new ideas I'm going to have a look in the sale rack at our local quilting shop to get more ideas and cheaper fabrics. Thanks again.
|Our Church is having a crib display in December....... I am thinking of making a quilted crib and using velcro to attach the figures, I'm only a beginer but would like to contribute to raise funds for the church. Does anybody out there have any ideas I can crib off? Did your brilliant magazine ever tackle such a project? I'd love to hear any suggestions.|
|Thread: Green Eyed Monster by Karen Benge|
|Jolly - nice greens just like my kitchen!|
|Thread: The power and the glory|
|Awesome! This quilt could not be more aptly named. Being a Scot myself it conjures up the colours of Scotland the industrial side portrayed through our glorious landscapes. Well done you talented creature.|
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