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  • Arise and Rejoice

    A peacock sipping water from a fountain in a conservatory. Raw edge applique, trapunto and hand beading through the tail, I loved making this quilt and was rewarded with a first prize and a best of show ribbon at the Perth Royal Show! All the materials are 100% cotton including the wadding. I drafted the pattern from a photo of a stained glass window
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Sun, Oct 5 2014
  • Frogs and Snails and Puppydog Tails

    This is a fun quilt made from 100% cotton fabric and wadding. I added some frogs to an existing pattern of snails and puppies called Blue Lad's Quilt designed by Karen DuMont and available free. This quilt is for sale at my new online store: http://www.thehandcraftedshop.com.au/poets-corner-quilts
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Thu, Jun 12 2014
  • Wake and rejoice

    I do enjoy making quilts from stained glass windows. This lovely conservatory picture of a peacock drinking from a fountain offered so many fabric choices. The peacock has a lovley trapunto tail and body making him stand out from the other elements. His tail has japanese seed beads sewn on to emphasis the splendor of the tail. All fabric is 100% cotton
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Wed, May 28 2014
  • girraffes

    A lovely baby cot size quilt designed by me using a great girraffe pattern by MorelCabin Creations I bought from craftsy.com. The fabric is all 100% cotton and the girraffe faces have been painted with inktense pencils. I added the monkey for fun. Quilting has been kept simple.
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Sun, Apr 13 2014
  • All Directions Home

    I've been experimenting with thread painting as a quilting element. This quilt made of all solid coloured 100% cotton fabric and cotton wadding used needleturn applique in the compass centre and directions, thread painting of Australian animals and birds, bounding Kangaroos in the border with native turtles and starfish and right up in the corner
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Peter Rabbit 1 back of quilt

    This is the painted back of the peter rabbit quilt
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Peter Rabbit 1

    This quilt started as a panel from a series of Peter Rabbit. it's crib size and has a cotton wadding. I kept the centre panel and the decorative scrollwork and added a larger border in a matching grey polka dot, extending the leafwork into the new border. After quilting feathers I painted them with opaque fabric paint to make them stand out. On
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Leafy greens

    I have been exploring stained glass applique lately. This one was made for the Perth Royal Show. All the 100% cotton fabrics and batting came from my stash and the quilt won 2nd prize!
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Thu, Jan 30 2014
  • Jenny's Runner

    Jenny loves all the flowers but daffadils are favourites. I designed this for her. I drew the design on the fabric, painted it with inktense pencils, then added detail with the quilting. 100% cotton fabric and batting, polyester threads in many colours.
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Sun, Nov 24 2013
  • Ricky's Runner

    I designed and appliqued this runner for my friend Ricky. She loves sunflowers and carnations. After appliqueing the sunflowers I used paint to add depth and shading. The fabric is 100%cotton in centre and a bali batik for the border. 100% cotton batting.
    Posted to Megsie's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Megan Byrne on Sun, Nov 24 2013
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