Circle of Life

Circle of Life

Designed by Jacqueline de Jonge. This must be one of the most popular BeColourful quilts. It is fun to make, with lots of different techniques.

Spring Fever

Spring Fever

Designed by Jacqueline de Jonge. I had these fabrics in my stash, and decided that they did indeed look very "Spring" like.

Dinner Plate Dahlia

Dinner Plate Dahlia

This is the Queen version of the 4th Technique of the Month from Quiltworx. I used just 2 whites and 1 ombre to create this quilt. It was quite a challenge to fussy cut all the pieces, but I am thrilled with the result.

Aurora

Aurora

Designed by Jacqueline de Jonge from BeColourful Quilts, this stunningly intricate design is embellished with thousands of tiny crystals.

Infinity

Infinity

One of Jacqueline de Jonge's most challenging designs, and certainly one of the most challenging that I have undertaken. I changed the original colours from rainbow and black to a deep teal with jewel colours.

Enchanting Stars

Enchanting Stars

Another challenging quilt from BeColourful. I love the asymmetry of the design, and the way it leads the eye through pathways around the quilt.

Happiness

Happiness

A pretty little quilt that is a great introduction to the BeColourful techniques.

Dragon Star

Dragon Star

I loved making this quilt as it had no Y seams! This one was a nod to Canada 150, although my red and black was softened by using a creamy background.

Mariner's Compass

Mariner's Compass

One of the Quiltworx "Technique of the Month" quilts, this is the Queen size. Beautifully quilted by Ardelle Kerr, the Rose City Quilter.

Paradise in Blooms

Paradise in Blooms

This quilt incorporates appliqué and paper piecing. It is one of the Quiltworx technique of the month quilts.

Glacier Star

Glacier Star

Another of the Quiltworx technique of the month programs. I agonised over colour for this quilt, and ended up making the New York Beauty block three times before I was happy with the colour.

Fire Island Hosta

Fire Island Hosta

One of my favourites. This was the first time that I really "stepped out of the box" with regard to using a more vibrant colour palette. This quilt gained a 1st place at the Parksville Quilt Show in 2015.

Prismatic Star

Prismatic Star

To date, the most popular class I have taught. This one is very cleverly thought out, and is an absolute gem to put together. And so fast!

Island Sunrise

Island Sunrise

I decided to play a little with the border of this one ... and I was pleased with the result!

Fractured Paint Box

Fractured Paint Box

Using pre-cut strips, this quilt is fast to put together, and is a great beginner project. Quite a different look to the traditional stars.

Eight

Eight

One of the Quiltworx series of "Leaf" patterns, this one is also fast to put together. It is the only Judy Niemeyer quilt that I have made from fabrics that are NOT batiks.

Misty Mountain Pond

Misty Mountain Pond

This Judy Niemeyer paper pieced quilt deviates from the original pattern, which has bullrushes in each corner. I decided to put on Spring Gentians, which remind me of my visits to the mountain meadows in Switzerland.

Feathered Star

Feathered Star

This Feathered Star is a Judy Niemeyer paper piecing quilt. I started making this, and realised there wasn't enough contrast in my original selection of fabrics for the centre star and feathers - so completely started again with different fabrics!

Desert Sky

Desert Sky

A Judy Niemeyer paper pieced quilt that uses fat quarters to create this kalaidescope of colour. Made by Lesley Jones - her first ever paper pieced quilt.

Winter Wonderland table runner

Winter Wonderland table runner

This pretty table runner uses the Snowflake block. Lots of sewing time needed for those little snowflake points! But worth it.

Crackers

Crackers

This is a great beginners quilt to the Judy Niemeyer method of foundation paper piecing. It took me only a week to make - evening sewing only!