London Modern Quilt Guild: September Makes

So what have Guild Members been up to in September? The small selection below shows the range of things members have been making this month.

As well as a set of fabulous quilts there has also been lots of dabbling with other traditions this month. Some of our members have taken up an offer from a teacher at the Korean Cultural Centre here in London to try out Jogakbo (Korean patchwork). Some of the first delicate makes turned up at this month’s meeting, all hand sewn silk. In addition we also had Japanese Temari balls, these received a lot of interest and I’m sure we’ll be seeing more at future meetings.

And yes that is a Christmas stocking popping up in this month’s mosaic! The charity sub group have been busy and have linked us up with one of the London hospitals to make Christmas stockings for those who find themselves in hospital on Christmas day. Stockings will be collected at the December meeting; so time to start the Christmas sewing.

And last, but not least, on the quilt front we had Liberty (we are in London after all), paper piecing, solids and rainbows. A great range from a very talented group.

LMQG September makes





2 responses to “London Modern Quilt Guild: September Makes”

  1. sarah francis avatar
    sarah francis

    On the blog by shevvy london under September makes- there are a block of 9 photos. Please could you tell me who made the bottom left hand quilt as its stunning. Im unfamiliar with pattern and would love to make it.
    Many thanks

    1. shevvylondon avatar

      Its a version of a drunkards path. A bigger picture can be found on flickr at

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