Lockdown Gallery

At the beginning of lockdown I made a quilt for my 6 year old granddaughter, a disappearing nine patch with some hexagon flowers, in pink and purple – her favourite colours.

 I made a foundation pieced scrap quilt as I had a few bags of strips from many projects. I have also completed a small Sashico project.

Pat M

Semenole Quilt made for my Godson Sam.

Jane B.

4 Quilts by Julie

Quilt for a neighbour’s baby boy

and Quilt for Barton Camp below.


I finally finished this in lock down but it was long arm quilted by Frances Meredith just beforehand. It was paper pieces, each block being 12in square. 

The first thing I did before lockdown was to create a list of UFOs/Projects.  I got up to 27!  And being good, I started off with the UFO’s. My kitchen apron is now being used regularly and the needle book will be used, once I can go to workshops again. 

The bag is going to Barnstaple, the blue Teddy was requested by my other sister-in-law who wanted it for her French house.


It is called Mountain Lily and made with the help of Missouri Star. I wanted to use up bits of jelly roll but finished up buying plenty more fabric. Thanks to De at Midsomer Quilting for getting stuff to me so quickly.

Sue P.

For my daughter Jessica’s engagement to Scott, I used all their old hockey shirts to create this quilt. It was hard using all the different materials but I am thrilled with the overall effect. The quilting was completed by Mary-Jane at Trym Quilting. 

Joanne R.

This rather quirky peg bag was fun to make. I made the fabric from bits in my scrap stash, then cut out the pieces. The quilting was done before stitching the side and base in place. It is a great item of hanging storage for all kinds of things, not just clothes pegs! 

Jane B.