Designed, made and quilted by Wilma Smit. A machine thread painted copy of the chair painted by Vincent van Gogh on a machine pieced back ground with raw edge appliquÃÂ©d broken chairs. Machine quilted.
All silk handmade fabric. A memory of cloth from years gone by and exciting new textiles.
Designed, made and quilted by Wilma Smit Outeniqua Guild and GAGS, Oudtshoorn. Raw edge appliquÃÂ©d with decorative machine stitching, handmade cords and beads to join individual leaves and FMQ.
92x57 Bali batiks, silk velvet, other silks, various commercial fabrics, hand dyed silk by Glenda from Amafu, beads, cording. Strips, some machine pieced and some appliquÃÂ©d. Machine quilted.
82x68 Amafu hand dyed cottons as well as commercially available solids (from my stash!!) Machine pieced and raw edge appliquÃÂ©d. Machine quilted.
72x52cm Commercial Cotton, synthetic fabrics, cotton velvet, hand dyed fabrics, tulle, Bali batiks. Pieced and raw edge appliquÃÂ©, Machine quilted.
Vaal Driehoek Gilde Sasolburg 3-D piece I did for the Bloemfontein Festival in 2013, (It was awarded 1st prize) and it was exhibited at IQCA by special invitation; as well as at Jutta FauldsÃ¢â¬â¢ 80th Birthday Exhibition.
Original, pieced, appliquÃÂ©d, embellished and hand quilted by Shan Fox, Port Elizabeth. This small quilt was purposefully designed as a class to teach all aspects of appliquÃÂ©.
Dias Quilters Guild Port Elizabeth. A pieced miniature, 2401 individual blocks, inspired by the floor of 14th century St Bertin Abbey, France, as seen in Ã¢â¬ÅLabyrinths and MazesÃ¢â¬Â (Jeff Saward ÃÂ©2003)
Dias Quilters Guild Port Elizabeth. Original, using torn strips, quilted question marks, and embellishments. It challenges one to think Ã¢â¬ËWhy not?Ã¢â¬â¢ in response to any question, leading one to explore new possibilities.
KwaZulu-Natal Quilters Guild. My own design - hand appliquÃÂ©d and hand quilted.
KwaZulu-Natal Quilters Guild. Hand appliquÃÂ©d and hand quilted. My idea of circles was out of a Japanese quilt magazine and the flowers from a cross stitch pattern.
KwaZulu-Natal Quilters Guild. Hand appliquÃÂ©d and hand quilted. My inspiration came from a whig rose quilt made by Linda Brannock. The layout was based on a quilt "The Anniversary" by Quiltsmiths.
The lilies in my garden is the inspiration for this quilt. Scraps of fabrics and the lily colours were blended by the use of coloured yarns. The woven background and border in support of the words Ã¢â¬ÅLaat die goue draad van sy genade jou deurvlegÃ¢â¬Â
Jacaranda Quilters Guild Pretoria. This work is very special and dear to me. This was my first quilt. The process and end product left me with a rewarding sense of achievement and pride.
Jacaranda Quilters Guild Pretoria. I really enjoyed making this quilt especially using all the beautiful and interesting fabrics. AppliquÃÂ© work has always been my favourite quilting technique.
Jacaranda Quilters Guild Pretoria. My love for my granddaughter cannot be measured by the amount of stitches I stitched in this quilt ... my heart, my love.
I used florals from my fabric stash to do a Harlequin border and appliquÃÂ©s with hand painted flowers. The quilting is feathers and Paisleys.
A Lonestar quilt with Flying Geese as a border. The appliquÃÂ© has been padded and embellished with beads and cotton lace.
This is a Kaleidoscope quilt with Flying Geese, Pinwheeels, Seminole fans and Lonestars. The quilting is cabled feathers and Amish curling feathers.
Oranje Kwilters Gilde Bloemfontien. Iessie Steenberg designed this star quilt which I made whilst attending her classes. I won a special prize as the Best Quilted Article at the annual Bloemfontein Show in 2019.
Oranje Kwilters Gilde Bloemfontien. This quilt was executed as part of Ã¢â¬Ën beginnerÃ¢â¬â¢s class offered by Iessie Steenberg Ã¢â¬â and designed by Iessie. I won a special prize as the Best Traditional Quilt at the annual Bloemfontein Show in 2017.
A selection of stitched and frayed elements were put on a background.I used viscose(which frays very nicely) and self dyed cotton.Machine quilted by myself.
In this one the background was my challenge.Flowers were put together in layers and the whole piece was done with raw edging.A variety of sinthetic fabrics were used ....machine quilted through 3 layers.
My first quilt which I entered into the travelling quilt show. Each twinchie depicts a circle theme. Machine stitching and hand embroidery.A variety of fabrics were used. Machine quilted by myself.
by Gerda CronjÃÂ©-Vermeulen. Credit to Judy Niemeyer.
by Gerda CronjÃÂ©-Vermeulen. Credit to Mari Strydom 2013 Bfn Guild
by Gerda CronjÃÂ©-Vermeulen. Credit to Iessie Steenberg as my teacher.
by Gerda CronjÃÂ©-Vermeulen. Credit to Jan Douglas -Pocono Ridge McCallÃ¢â¬â¢s Quilting
by Frances van der Walt
Masjienappliek en handgekwilt by Estelle Calitz Sandveld Country Quilters Group Free State
Handappliek en handgekwilt by Estelle Calitz Sandveld Country Quilters Group Free State
Handgekwit by Estelle Calitz Sandveld Country Quilters Group Free State
Original -Highly Commended at PE National Festival 2017
Blue blooming nine patch design that is machine pieced and hand quilted. I love this pattern, and have made 5 other blooming nine patch quilts
Carole Green based on the Milliflori quilt by Willyne Hammerstein, the hand piecing took 9 months and the hand quilts a further nine months, hence the name.
A combination of designs from 2 William Morris books, all hand appliquÃÂ©d and hand quilted. This is my heirloom quilt and will be handed down to my daughter. The quilt took 3 years to complete.
A variation of a curved log cabin , which lends itself beautifully to the Art Deco style. Inspired by colours from the Namib desert.
From Quiltmaker Magazine - March/April 2010. Designed by Eileen Fowler QM Associates editor. Colours and border changed to create the explosion of colour.
Original design. Machine quilted. A time of indulgence spent with needle and thread.
Erkenning Doortjie Gersbach
Erkenning Mari Classe Majienborduursteke klas
Erkenning Maxine Rosenthal
Own design, to teach use of wool felt, blanket stitching and drawing with thread using the sewing machine
different techniques, 3D flowers and burning the frame/border with a soldering iron.
A tribute to an amazing woman, my daughter ElnÃÂ©. The two faces are Ã¢â¬ÅblindÃ¢â¬Â drawings she made of herself and I copied with fabric. She loves New York, sings, plays the piano and violin.
Alet Davy. Jacaranda Guild Pretoria
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