​​Professional long-arm quilting service.

Lois had this quilt in the recent 2016 Waverley Patchworkers' Inc Exhibition. The beautiful backing fabric is pieced, and perfectly matched. It is such a pretty feminine quilt.

The custom quilting is executed by hand and computer.

This is my quilt, called "Annie's Gift" as my love and use of  reproduction fabrics began with Annie's gift of fabric. Some of the fabrics she gave me are used in this quilt. It is hand appliqued (needle-turned) and machine pieced.

I have included a photo of the quilt before and after quilting so that you can see how the quilting enhances the quilt top.

To custom quilt this quilt, I used both hand-guided and computerised techniques.

The pattern is "Queen Square" by Sue Ambrose.

Judy brought along a quilt which she made some years ago. She chose a very pretty quilt design called Bush Berries by Lorien Quilting.

These are photos of Lorraine's quilt which is custom quilted. I used the same basic designs throughout the quilt, but modified them to suit each different block. The photo of the quilt back shows how it all came together.

Terri has not been quilting for very long, but is creating some wonderful quilts. These photos are of her Mary Brown quilt designed by Liz Willing.

A quilt I designed and made for my grandson. The quilting design is Curlz by Patricia Ritter.

Below is a quilt I made for my son.....21 years ago!!  In fact this was the first quilt I made during the process of  learning to rotary cut and machine piece. It sat in my cupboard un-quilted and I forgot I had it.  A couple of months ago I rediscovered it and have finally completed it and given it to its intended owner (who is now 26, not 4!!)  It is a good example of how custom quilting can work on a quilt featuring many different design elements such as a sampler quilt. The quilting design is Halcyon by Lorien Quilting.

This is Jo's quilt, made in "ocean" colours on a crisp white background. The colours really sing. The quilting design is Whimsey by Lorien Quilting.

Gallery of Quilts

Peggy has only been quilting for a year but has really caught the bug. (See more of her work on the testimonial page). Her most recent quilt, which she designed herself is a bookcase quilt. To do justice to the design, each book is individually ditch-stitched, with a little stippling in the background. I designed a simple border to complement the rest of the quilt. Peggy is going to embroider book titles on the spines of the books.

​​Professional long-arm quilting service.

​​Professional long-arm quilting service.

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The Quilt House

Merrilyn made a Double Wedding Ring quilt for her daughter. The crisp blue and white colour scheme is so fresh.

Maxine made this striking quilt which I quilted using Lorien's Bright and Breezy design.

Carmel made a sweet cot quilt for her grand-daughter. She took advantage of The Quilt House binding service, so I was able to return her quilt to her ready to use. It is strip pieced and she chose a cloud quilt design by Lorien Quilting. So pretty and effective.

Another gift quilt for Waverley Patchworkers, this time a kaleidoscope quilt, quilted with Lorien Quilting's pattern Ambrosia.

Sally's quilt, made for her grandson in London, using a Red Brolly design which she modified. Sally's choice of fabric and colours have produced  a delightfully bright and cheerful quilt.To make this quilt very warm for the English winter, Sally used 2 thicknesses of batting which gives greater loft and added dimension to the quilting. In this case, the quilting design is Cute Curls by Lorien Quilting.

Right hand photo courtesy of Mason Bailey of  "595 Photography"

I quilt a number of quilts for charities.  This quilt was made by a member of Waverley Patchworkers Incorporated.  The quilting design is Simplicity by Lorien Quilting.