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  • Sashiko Sampler quilt

    Beautiful indigo blue sashiko sampler panels embroidered in white arranged in a grid pattern with red sashing. The border print is a japanese fabric. Batting is 100% Australian wool. Quilting was kept simple to showcase the sashiko embroidery.
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Tue, Jul 21 2015
  • Boab beauty

    I love the colours of the Australian bush. These boab trees were begging to be made into a quilt. Raw edge appliqué over a strip pieced background fitted the bill. 100% cotton fabrics and batting. Simple quilting.
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Tue, Jul 21 2015
  • wonder and awe

    What a surprize we had when we came upon this glorious sight in the middle of the bush. Beautiful roses entwined in a gum tree. The kookaburras seemed to be kissing. Had to make this one twice. 100% cotton fabrics and batting with various threads.
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Fri, May 22 2015
  • Thistle

    I just love the spiky nature of thistles! I saw a whole wild field of them in Scotland. They weren't turquoise but they were beautiful. Pattern available too at craftsy, Megan Byrne, Poet's Corner Quilts
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Sat, May 9 2015
  • Sally Scarecrow wall hanging

    I love scarecrows and Sally seems to have her hands full looking after the sunflowers. This is my newest design and made from scraps. Check out Sally Scarecrow at the pattern store on Craftsy .
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Sun, Apr 26 2015
  • Easter Bunny Wall hanging

    I had fun making this pattern with all the scraps in my stash. Had some lovely chocolate and lolly fabric given to me last year for Easter so I designed this adding some other fabric and I quite like the result. Really quick to make too using raw edge applique. Pattern available from Craftsy at Megan Byrne, Poet's Corner Quilts
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Fri, Mar 6 2015
  • Re: Celebrating National Craft Month!

    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Megan Byrne on Wed, Mar 4 2015
  • Re: Celebrating National Craft Month!

    I designed this quilt after seeing my African daisies burst into bloom throughout the garden. I love applique quilting, especially raw edge applique and I love making the quilting part of the design. I used a pintucked cotton fabric for the white background and was rewarded with a lovely textual surface on which to put the bright flower petals. My son
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Megan Byrne on Wed, Mar 4 2015
  • Daisy Crib/Cot Quilt

    I was inspired to design this quilt after the African daisies in my garden burst into bloom and seemed to fill their spaces in the garden. They are a lovely sculptural element and I wanted a textural surface for them so they are appliqued on a pintucked background. Megan Byrne, Poet's Corner Quilts at Craftsy has the pattern.
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Wed, Mar 4 2015
  • whole cloth abstract quilt

    I love using the exciting fabric available today. Here is a lovely fabric i made into a whole cloth baby quilt with 100% cotton batting and backing. Freemotion quilting adds texture and excitement to the fabulous colours. I am now part of an Australian website featuring handmade goodies from Australian artists which is exciting. Find me at www.thehandcraftedshop
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Thu, Oct 23 2014
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