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             I would like to thank my customers for sending in photo's of their wonderful projects you have made.
             It is always such a treat to see what has been made with the lovely fabrics you have purchased.  It
             gives inspiration and encouragement to others when you see what can be made.

             It you too would like your quilt or project displayed then just send a photo to the email address.
                                                                    sales@firesidefabrics.co.uk

                                                                        Kind regards to you all
                                                                                      Sue


                         

This quilt was made with Mariposa Meadows fabrics from Studio E and the pattern is called Diamond Alley by Sassafras Lane
Sue at Fireside Fabrics


 

                                                                 

Valerie sent in a picture of her beautiful quilt she made for her daughter when she got married. Her daughter lives in India and wanted a blue and white quilte to remind her of the freshness on England.  Valerie also added some plum and pink to the quilt to liven it up a little and added a monogramed label with her daughter and son-in-laws initials.  It was sewn together by machine but all hand quilted!!!  This was certainly a labour of love, well done Valerie its a stunning quilt.


                                                                  

This quilt was made with a Frozen panel in the centre and Fairy Frost fabrics on the outside which work wonderfully as they sparkle like snowdrops,
very pretty.

Sue at Fireside Fabrics


                                                                 

Jenny from Wickford sent in this beautiful quilt she has made for her husband.  It was the ideal present for him for his fishing trip this year

 


     

I made this quilt with all my scaps I had left over from numerous projects I'd done in the past.  I had a big box of bits and pieces of scap fabric.  I just cut them all up 
into squares and triangles then added a cream fabric.  Sewed the patterened fabrics to a plain cream with the squares and triangles, put them all in a big box and
shook them all up!!!  Then I put it all together and whatever came out just went together, there was no plan on colour or pattern and I think it worked better this way.
Sue at Fireside Fabrics


 

This wreath was made from 1" strips of Christmas fabrics, it was great fun to make and a really good way to use up scrap fabrics. Sue. Fireside Fabrics 

 


   

This quilt was made as a wedding gift for my sister in Canada.  I used fabrics from the Japanese Edo Collection.  The design is of flowers climbing
up a trellis.  It was machine pieced but hand quilted. This gift was a complete surpise for my sister which made it all the more wonderful.
 

Sue at Fireside Fabrics


This quilt was made from spotty fabrics in the apple core design.  Its bright, fun and just right to take out on a picnic.

Sue at Fireside Fabrics


 

I made this lovely wall hanging from the Christmas Door Panel.  I did free machine quilting all over the panel to pop 
out the door and flowers in invisible thread.  The picture dosn't really do it just as it turned out wonderful and gave the
panel a 3D effect.

Sue at Fireside Fabrics


The beach bag was made from the Sunshine Panel by Lorelie.  It is lined with flip flop fabric with wadding as padding.
I made this bag in just an afternoon.  I love it as it fun, bright and very different from anything anyone else had on my 
holiday .  Its also very light and packed into my suitcase very easy.

Sue at Fireside Fabrics


Dear Sue,
I thought you would like to see my cushions covered in the Laurel Burch cat fabric - they look very smart!
Thank you again.
Best wishes,
Sylvia.


Jenny from Wickford sent in this beautiful quilt made from Tea Party fabrics.  Jenny said the colours are so pretty and it is going to take pride of place in her kitchen diner.  She really enjoyed the applique of the tea cups  


This wall hanging was made from a Christmas Flower Fairy panel.  I did free machine quilting around the leaves and fairies using co-ordinating thread and on the wings I used a gold metallic thread to make them shimmer when the light catches the panel.  Sue at Fireside Fabrics  


 

Rachel from Ipswich made this lovely wall hanging from the panel What a World.  She has made it for her son and it now
hangs in his bedroom.  Rachel did free machine quilting around the different countries and used transparent thread.  She said she did this so you could see any of her mistakes!!!


 

 

I made this quilt and cushions to add a little comfort to a seat that I have in the corner of my garden. It's made from a Teacups and Roses Panel.  I cut the panel up into six squares giving me enough to do the fronts of the cushions and the centre of the quilt.  Its just perfect for adding a spash of colour in the garden, and for sitting on, especially with a nice cup of tea!!!
Sue at Fireside Fabrics


 

This quilt I made for my son David.  Its made from fabrics which represent London and England.  I had to make a quilt to celebrate this particular year as there has been so much going on.  The Queens Jubilee and the Olympics all in one year, it had to be celebrated in a memorable quilt.
Sue at Fireside Fabrics


Graham from Lincolnshire
I made this picnic quilt from a variety of different seaside and nautical fabrics.  Perfect for sitting on when I go to the park, it rolls up and fits nicely in a rucksack


Dan from Leeds sent in a picture of these lovely cushions he made from the London collection of fabrics. 


I made this wallhanging for my sister in Canada.  Its called Bountiful Beauties by Amy Bradley.  This wallhanging was great fun to make and I will definately be making myself one!!
Sue at Fireside Fabrics



I thought I would share a picture of my first quilt I ever made  - it was made entirely with fireside fabric material, and was a Kaffe Fasset design.
Thank you very much for your beautiful fabric! 
Daisy, Glasgow


I made this cushion for my son Matthew who loves basketball.  The basketball net and initials were appliqued on once the cushion was sewn together.  It lovely and bright and takes pride of place in his bedroom.

 


Julie from Rayleigh sent in a picture of this beautiful quilt she made.  She is new to Patchwork and Quilting and this is her first quilt.  It was made from the Pristine Collection of very pretty roses.  She used Cream Rose Wadding which is very soft and drapes beautifully.  Julie says it now has pride of place in her home so everyone can admire it.


     

Henriette from Germany sent in her latest projects.  A lovely cushion set for a rocking chair for a great niece.  Also she has completed her quilt with very cute dogs on it for another member of her family. 


This quilt was made for a friends grandchild who absolutely adores Strawberry Shortcake.  It was made using a centre panel
with strips of fabric sewn onto the outside edge.  I used invisible thread and quilted the figure and basket, the straight edges and
also the lace edge.  As you can imagine this little girl was thrilled to receive it.
Sue at Fireside Fabrics


Jenny from Wickford made this beautiful Flower Fairy quilt.  She says its her pride and joy and her friends when they
see it want to take it home with them. 


     

Barbara from Rushden made these two beautiful quilts.

The Japanese Quilt is just stunning with the colour choice and it even has appliqued birds and fish sewn onto it. 

Her second quilt is so pretty with the pinks and greens together and makes you think of summer 


Jane from Fife made this very pretty quilt using up her scraps


Karen from Laverstock made this bag from a pattern she adapted.  Karen loves birds so this fabric was perfect for this lovely bag. A lady can never have enough bags!!


Barbara from Rushden sent in a picutre of this lovely quilt she made.  Barbara felt the stripe fabric she put as binding around the outside edge of the quilt finished it off beautifully and really complimented the other fabrics she used.


Marlene from Preston in Lancashire sent in a picture of this beautiful Christmas Quilt.  She has made this quilt as a surprise present for her daughter who lives in Cyprus.  The evenings during the winter can get quite chilly in Cyprus so she is sure her daughter will just love to snuggle under it during those winter months. 


Henriette from Germany has made this beautiful Flower Fairy Quilt for her Great Nieces for when they come to stay with her.  What a delight, what little girls wouldnt love to see this hanging on their wall.  Its wonderful


 

My friends daughter has just had a baby girl so I made this quilt very quickly at the weekend for a present.  It was very
quick and simple to make.  I used a Nana's Garden Panel for the centre and just sewed strips of plain and gingham fabric around
the outside.  It has turned out a very pretty quilt.    Sue at Fireside Fabrics


This is my latest quilt I made from african fabrics.  Its now hanging on the wall in my lounge and goes really well with all my african ornaments I have.

James from Brighton


     

Ive been busy making quilts for my grandchildren for Christmas over the last few weeks.  I made a Pirate Quilt and Pillowcase for my grandson Connor and a Princess Quilt and Pillowcase for my grandaughter Megan.  With Megans quilt I used a mixture of fabrics from
the Sun Kissed Collection, Princess and Fairy Frost Glitz to give the quilt a bit of a sparkle. It certainly has been worth the effort as both the children adored their quilts which have gone straight onto their beds and I got a great big kiss from both of them..... what more could I want.......

Sue at Fireside Fabrics


Katie from Edinburgh sent in this picture of her delightful Sun Quilt.  The quilt is made of fabrics from the Fantasia Collection


This is the quilt I made for 3 year old grandson Daniel using the Makower Pirate fabric. The 'islands' of fabric are appliqued on and surrounded by quilted 'waves'

Alison Smith, Westhill, Aberdeenshire


Sue at Fireside Fabrics
This is my latest quilt and cushion I made for Halloween.  I had a rare weekend to myself (husband went fishing) so it was wonderful and quilted all day long.  The quilt was made from a panel plus 6 different fat quarters from the Moon Dancers collection and this left enough fabric over to make a cushion as well.


Norma from London sent in this picture of her very first patchwork project.  She made a lovely cushion in a bow tie design


Jenny from Wickford sent in a photo of her lovely quilt she made from lilac fabrics.  She tells me she backed the quilt in fleece to keep her nice and warm on chilly evenings


Jemma from London

Im so pleased with my baby quilt that I just had to show you.  The checks work fab together thanks for the advise


Thought you might like to see the quilt I made for my holiday appartment in Morocco.  I felt the colours went really well together.  I have quite a stressful job and making this quilt in my spare time certainly helped my stress levels.  Im now trying to choose fabrics from your lovely site for my next project, trouble is I want them all!!

Simon from Leicester


       

 

Hi Sue
I just had to send you some pictures of my beach bag that I made out of a Beach Babe panel.  I am so pleased with it as it looks just lovely.  I put the thermal wadding in it so I can take my food and drink to the beach when Im on holiday and it will stay cool.  Its lined with the flip flop fabric which is just so nice. At least no one else will have the same bag as me seeing as I made it. 
Claudia from Scotland


Alan from London sent in this beautiful quilt he made.  He said it was cut out from 24 different fat quarters.  This quilt is now taking pride of place in his living room.


 

Abigail from Ireland
She has made this quilt for her sisters first baby


 

Nancy from Sweden sent this picture of the quilt she made for her friend as a thank you gift. 


Jean from Brighton sent in a picture of these lovely Christmas Place Mats she made for her children.


 

I made this quilt from the Teddies in Tutu's fabric.  I so enjoyed making it and it was going to be a present but I just cant part with it, so now Im making another one.       Maggie from West Yorkshire                                       


         

Lauren from Plymouth made these table mats for her patio table, perfect for those coffee mornings 


Finished my Geisha at last, she was challenging but so worth the effort                Sue at Fireside Fabrics


Deb's from Leeds made this quilt using spots and stripes fabrics, its very pretty and is going into her sons bedroom


 I found this pattern in the Magic Patch patchwork and quilting magazine and just had to make it. Very pleased with the end result.  The roses in the corners are folded so stand out.               Sue at Fireside Fabrics               


Christine from Aldridge sent in the picture of her Quilt she has just finished.  Christine had never done any quilting before she made these quilt and told me how much she enjoyed making it.  I think it turned out fantastic, so well done Christine


I just thought I would show you my latest project I finished.  I had great fun doing this even though it was a little tricky getting the colours in the correct place.  The fabrics I used were from the Changing Seasons range which were lovely to sew with.        Sue at Fireside Fabrics 


I made this quilt using tartan fabrics.  It looks so nice in my living room and very cosy on a cold night.

Carol, Argyll


Joanne lives on the Costa Blanca in Spain and made this very pretty table runner for Christmas.