Quilts

During my quilting life I have made a number of quilts of various sizes, styles and techniques. I have yet to find 'my style' but tend to prefer working by hand and adding fancy embroidery stitches, beads, lace or other kinds of embellishments. Anyway, here are some of the quilts, bed covers, wall-hangings and miniatures. 



Cottage window in Sweden. Made for Yokohama Miniature contest 

2001

St Valentine's Quilt

12 different ways of appliqué

2002

Sub Rosa 

Made for the Hoffman Challenge 'Elizabethan Splendour' 2003 

  

Baby quilt with prairy points. Constructed by machine, hand quilted

2004

Wallflowers 

Stumpwork ladies, made for Yokohama Miniature Contest, 2004



Velvet bedcover

2005

The Green Man

Painted, appliquéed and hand quilted

2005

The Glow of Hope

Made for Sew Creative's Challenge, Norwich

2006



Queen Mary's Rose Garden. Made for  Festival of Quilts, Birmingham

2006

Mother-of-Pearl

Received Lecien Award at Yokohama Miniature Contest, 2007

Baby shower gift

2007

Crazy for Queenie

Miniature crazy quilt, 40x40cm, for Festival of Quilts, Birmingham, 2007



Liberty Punch

Embroidered and quilted Liberty fabric on velvet, 2008
Made for Yokohama Miniature contest


Pearl Wedding

Block of the Month quilt (design Jacquie Harvey)

2008
A Little Crazy
Miniature crazy quilt 20x20cm
Won 3rd prize Use of Embroidery, Birmingham 2008

Colour my Tropical Beach

Made for Sew Creative’s Challenge, 2008
A pall made for Nacka Parish, 2008
Block of the Month for Quilters’ Guild Region 9, design Jacquie Harvey, 2011



'Bellaflora', bias tape appliqué medallion quilt, 2013

9 comments:

The Pied Pedlar said...

What wonderful quilts
Tricia

Queeniepatch said...

Thank you, Tricia!

margaret said...

have just been looking at your wonderful quilts, are you putting one in the festival of quilts this year?

Queeniepatch said...

Hi!
Yes, I am. I never post a picture until after the show, so you'll have to wait till the middle of August, but I can tell you it is another miniature and a wholecloth candlewick.

Mongolian Quilts said...

Hello
My name is Selenge I am from Mongolia , Please visit our website.
www.mongolianquilts.org
or www.dragonflyquilts.com
I am going to visit Tokyo for one week and I am thinking to visit Quilt festival
i wonder if you will be in Japan
Thank you
Selenge

Queeniepatch said...

I will be in Tokyo but don't know when I will be at the show. Be aware that the show is very crowded.

Susan Hook said...

I have just found your blog for the first time and was amazed at the quality and how lovely your quilts are!

Queeniepatch said...

Thank you! I've been to your blog and seen the lovely boxes you make.

Claudia said...

Gorgeous works,Queenie! Thank you for sharing!