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Well look at this fantastic crochet baby blanket, made by Julia one our crochet members.

We are so delighted that she has allowed us to share it with you all.

This sofa Blanket was a knitted pattern converted into crochet by myself (Lew) I saw this pattern and just fell in love with it.

Meet Leanne Johns from Devon one of our customers, a very talented young lady. she’s made this top in just one morning.

Thank you Leanne for allowing us to share this beautiful top with the world.

A month goes by and one of our crochet members Juila has been busy with this fabulous baby blanket. Well done Julia and thank you for allowing us to share your creations.

Leanne Johns from Devon has been a busy little bunny, with this amazing home made Jacket.

Thank you Leanne for allowing us to share your creations, keep up the good work.

This Quilt was designed and made by my sister          (Hayley ) one the family members of The Stitching Elmers for one of our upcoming workshops.

Lesley one of our sewing & patchwork customers has completed her Janet Claire Apron, its looks amazing. 

Well Done Lesley and  thank you for allowing us to share your Apron with the nation.

This week we sent an order down to Exeter along with some fabric for a challenge to see what Leanne Johns would do with it, I pleased to  announce  that she’s completed it within just one day.

 Well done Leanne you should be so proud of yourself

 Theresa one of our Patchwork & sewing Tuesday group members as made this fabulous quilt.

The pattern is by Pat Sloan & called Oh my stars .

All the fabric used in this quilt was bought in our shop.

Theresa this is just simply amazing , well done you.

You are such a joy and  to work with.

Thank you for allowing us to share your quilt with the rest of the world.

Meet Piggy, crocheted by Steph  our social  media girl and deputy manager for The Elmers.

Steph is really becoming a very talented young lady at just 21 she’s  such an inspiration for the next generation.

Well done Steph keep up the hard work and  thank you for allowing us to share this with the world. 

 

Ann

Jane

These’s Fantastic cushion cover was made by Ann and Jane  two  of our community crafting members and  dear friends of the Elmers, they have made these’s cushions covers by using the Pineapple technique, that both Jane and Ann learned at one of our workshops.

Well done Jane  and Ann  you’ve both done a fantastic job.

This amazing table runner was made by Lou , using the pineapple technique ,Lou was in the same workshop as Jane and Ann and is also a community crafting member as well as a good friend.

Well done Lou you’ve done a fantastic job.

Well just look at this amazing quilt made by Steph .

Well done Steph it looks amazing.

This amazing bag was made by Leanne from Devon, using fabric from our shop.

Well done Leanne what a fantastic job you’ve done.

This storage bucket was made by Lou, at one of our recent workshops.

Well done Lou it looks amazing and we’re loving the fabric.

How beautiful is this quilt, made by Lou one of the Elmers clang, the colours just pop out from this quilt.

Well done Lou you’ve made an amazing job.

Thanks for sharing.

This Quilt was made by Ann a dear friend of the Elmers, what an amazing quilt.

Well done Ann you should be so proud of yourself.

Thank you for sharing your quilt with us

We recently hosted a workshop on Christmas Trees and we are delighted to show a few off that our customers have brought in to show us.

This Christmas Tree was made by Sue, we hope you enjoyed our workshop and making this stunning Tree.

Linda made this Christmas Tree and we must say that this is another stunning Tree, we also hope you enjoyed our workshop and making this stunning Tree.

This amazing cushion cover was made by Ali a dear friend of the Elmers.

Well done  you’ve done a fantastic job well done Ali.

We recently hosted a storage basket holder workshop and yet we are delighted to show you a couple from our customers.

Storage basket made by Ali ,what an amazing job that you have done. well done Ali

This storage was made by Lou, well done Lou you’ve done an amazing job.

Our recent workshop was making a Tumbling Block. quilt, the above  Tumbling Block quilt was made by Janet, as you can see her eye for colour  is fantastic.

Well done Janet you should be so proud of yourself.

Sue: one of our bag makers has done herself proud, with this beautiful bag.

Linda has been attending the Christmas workshops throughout the summer and has made this fantastic  table runner.

Phylis attended the crochet summer course andwent on to make this lovely crochet flower heart.

Earlier this year Ali came to a tumbling block workshop and made this fantastic quilt.

              

Ali has had a busy Summer completing her Cherry tree quilt  designed by Lynette Anderson.

 

 

 

The Summer Christmas club was very popular this year and one of the projects was a table runner.  Sue has thought very carefully about her colour choices to make this beautiful table runner.

Linda has used a charm pack to make her first quilt.

This jelly roll quilt has been made by Caroline. The colours led themselves to Autumn and the backing compliments the quilt beautifully.

This Christmas tree cushion has  been made by Sue and the star button finishes it off beautifully.

At the end of August we held a day workshop on making an Alexander bag. This one has been made by Ann who has used  alovely combination of  fabric.

Drum and Brock have created this amazing Bargello quiltu using fabrics from our shop. The colours look fantastic together.

This lovely Alexander bag has been made by Jane using Autumn colours. 

Just look at this gorgeous blanket, crocheted by  Julia one of our crochet members.

Lou has been busy over the Summer making these lovely dresses for her grandaughters.

Lou has also addded a matching bag to finish both outfits off.

Anna attended a workshop earlier in the year making a hexagon garden quilt using a jelly roll.  The colours work beatifully together and give the quilt a fresh summer feel.

This Alexander bag has been made by Janet. She has used Autumnal colours to create this wonderful bag.

Sue one of our talented sewing members ,made this this beautiful dress for her amazing grandaughter who is pictured modelling it.

Well done Sue!

Chris was really thrilled with the bunting she made during the sewing for beginners class and rightly so, as it is lovely.

Caaroline has just finished quilting around the picture of this beautiful Christmas panel by Moda.

Mel has only just started on the journey of sewing, but was really pleased with her first bag.  The fabric is extremely  eye catching and now she is making a head band to match.

Gill has used lovely spring colours to make her Alexander bad and added flower buttons as a finishing touch.

Glenis had just made this lbeautiful bunting as her first project; finishing it off by using a zigzag stitch.

Imogen made her lunch bag at a sewing and patchworking session. She is thrilled with the result and uses it on a daily basis.

Caroline used a charm pack to create this beautiful table runner, which was designed by our own colour cordinator specialist. 

This week Imogen attended a workshop on creating a Carpenter Star cushion. She used Autumnal colours and the overall effect is stunning.

Lou was delighted with her finished Alexander bag. The colours work really well together and she persevered to acheive a neat finish on her straps.

Hannah has just completed this great bag as her second project within the beginners sewing course.

Joanne used this lovely Safari themed fabric for her tote bag and was really pleased the finished result.

Annette has just discovered fusable bosal and added this to help her structure to her bag. She has also used canvas fabric and contrasted this well with some faux leather to acheive this stunning bag.

Julie choose to use fabrics by Lynette Anderson to create her patchwork tote bag. The colours tone well together and Julie should be very proud of her second patchwork project.

After a recent trip to Scotland Mary was inspired to use the Celtic highland range from Lewis and Irene to create her wonderful tote bag. 

Ali has just completed her Alexandra bag and I love the applique touch of the flower which finishes the bag beautifully.

Jane has just completed the 2018 Summe quilt and was really pleased with the finished outcome. The warm colours are both beautiful and perfect for Autumn and each block complements each other. 

This striking tumbling block bed runner has been made by Paddy. She has ensured that the tumbling blocks stand out by both quilting carefully and the use of the border fabric.

Pat has been attending the Patchwork for beginners course and has made this beautiful star cushion as one of the projects.

Sarah has just begun her sewing journey and was really pleased with her delightful bunny apron for her grandaughter she made at a work shop last week.

Imogen attended a Pinapple workshop earlier in the year and liked it so much that she went on to make this lovely  bag using the same technique.

This lovely Autumnal star cushion has made by Julie and the colours compliment each other beautifully.

Lorraine was thrilled with her Christmas tree cushion, which was one of the projects from the Summer Christmas club. Her embellishments add a really special touch and look amazing.

Liz has made this truely beautiful eye catching quilt. The colours are brought together by the boarder and her sashing is exquisite. 

Mary choose to use Makower fabrics to create her star cushion. The star stands out well against the yellow back ground and she was pleased with the overall effect.

Genna  has just completed this super cute and cosy baby  sleeping bag for her freind using the fabric from the Garden party range. the poppers compliment it beautifully and i have a feeling this will not be her last sleeping bag.

Phylis enjoyed the rag wreath workshop she attended recently and was really pleased with her Autumnal wreath. 

Janet has just finished this beautiful bunny quilt , which she started at a recent workshop and really enjoyed making.

Gail has just completed her first project on the sewing for beginners course and she should be really pleased with the finished result.

Hannah made this lovely needle case at the Patchwork for beginners class and too great care in matching her seams up.

Lorraine has made this lovely bunting for her and was delighted to finish a project in one session. 

Julia has made this beautiful bunting, which looks incredible against the yellow bias binding.

Pat has continued on the patchwork journey and was really pleased with her needlecase,which she finished with a lovely Poppy button. 

This is the first project Nikota has completed on a sewing machine  and she should be really pleased with her bunting.

Mary choose to use fabric by Lynette Anderson to create her needlecase and then finished it off with a small woggle button.

From a recent New stitches crochet group Julia has made this beautiful scarf. The colours work really well together and will be a touch of brightness as we head quickly towards Winter.

Imogen has made this lovely cushion using strips of fabrics. The blue makes the cushion really stand out  and she was really pleased with the finished result.

Carol has been attending the beginners sewing class and was delighted with her second project as she made a tote bag. It looks fantasic  and will be really useful in her everyday life.

Pat has been attending patchwork classes and was reallly pleased with the note book cover she made using the technique of crazy patchwork. The fabrics work well together and i’m sure she will have lots of requests to make more in the future.

At the sewing for beginners class Nikco has made this lovely woodland tote bag. 

Mary is in love with the glow n the dark fabric by Lewis and Irene and has made this lovely cushion with an envelope back.

This wonderful quilt was made by Jane using a layer  quilt, which was cut up.  The colours are very fresh and vibrant.  

 

Lou choose to use fabric from Mckower as the main fabric for her cushion. The fabrics compliment each other beautifully, but the best thing was that it was an afternoon project.

Lorraine was thrilled with her tote bag that she made at the sewing for beginners class. 

At a recent machine applique bunting workshop Jane made this fantastic Christmas bunting. 

Gill enjoyed making her Christmas cushion. The colours work well together and she was really pleased with the fined result.

Gail used the skill of inserting a zip within her make up bag and was really pleased with her completed bag.

Paddy has made this wonderful table runner. The red cardinals stand out against the dark and light contrasting fabric.. In addition, the quilting finishes it off beautifully.

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Heather made this lovely beach combing tote bag at the sewing for beginners class. The fabric is  designed by Lewis and Irene and always work beautifully together.

Gail experienced blanket stitch for the first time in order to create these super CChristmas decorations.

Julie made this lovely patchwork cushion  using Christmas fabric. The fabrics work well together and will compliment her home at Christmas wonderfully.

Earlier in the year Ali attended a workshop of making a Hexagon Garden quilt. She personally selected her Jelly roll and choose a nautical theme for her quilt. It is stunning  and she should be really pleased with it.

Pauline made this lovely make up bag at the seiwng for beginners class. 

Julia has thought very carfully about using contrasting fabric. to make this beautiful tote bag.

Hannah has thought very carefully about the fabric she has used to make this lovely cushion.

This stylish make up bag has been made by Lorraine who was thrilled with her completed bag.

Heather has was really pleased with her make up bag. The  zip has been inserted perfectly and both the lining and  the main fabric work beautifully together.

Pat has just completed a lovely table runner within the patchwork course. Black and red are her favourite colours, but a little green has crept in to give it a very fesive feel this time.

Julie was thilled with her table runner, especially as she completed it herself at home. This will make her Christmas table look stunning and i’m sure will be admired by all.

Mary has a really good eye for colour and this Christmas table runner looks wonderful with this balance of colour. She has thought carefully about the direction of her fabric  and has  taken her time especially with the quilting.

Imogen has just completed this beautiful table runner for her Gran using fabrics from her stash. The colours work well together and the diagonal line of darker blue is very striking. 

Jane has used the log cabin technique to knit this lovely pram blanket. The colours contrast beautifully together and will be perfect for the winter days ahead of us .

This lovely  bag was made by Mary: using a range of glow in the dark fabruc designed by Lewis and Irene.

Hannah has made this beautiful table runner at a recent patchwork course. The colours work well together and it is quilted beautifully.

Leslie surprised her husband at Christmas by making this lovely  Christmas tree skirt.

Laura has made this lovely patchwork bag  using the birds and the bees as her theme.

LoThis knitted log cabin has been made by Jane using a range wool from the Stylecraft range.

This lovely patchwork bag was made by Hannah using fabrics desgned by Lynette Anderson.

Carolyn has made this lovely Christmas tree skirt using a lovely range of fabrics that contrast beautifully together.

Gill attended a recent workshop on praire points and as a result has made this lovely table runner.

This beautiful  Origami Christmas tree decoration has been made by Sarah, who finished it off by adding  a lovely range of silver charms.

During an Improvers sewing class Hannah made this lovely pleated bag. The postal mark fabric  works beautifully with the dark contrasting fabric.

Sarah attended a workshop on making a Christmas wall decoration which involved alot of mitre corners. It is certainly eye catching and she shoud be very proud of her self.

This lovely pleated bag was made by Sue who has been attending an improvers course. The fabrics work really well together and she was delighted with the finished result.

Chris felt much more confident returning to the technique of zips whilst making this lovely zipper bag.

It was truely exceptional how Lynn used the fabrics to make her origami Christmas tree really stand out. The beads finish it off beautifully and she she be really proud of her work.

Laura has made this lovely zipper case nusing some lovely spring fabric. and a contrasting zip.

This wonderful bag was made by Sarah using the technique of Japanese folded patchwork. She enjoyed making it so much that she can’t wait o make another bag.

Sue has been attending the improvers course recently and was thrilled with the zipper case she made.

Sarah recently attended a felt Christmas decorations course and made this lovely gingerbread house and a Christmas pudding. The seed beads finish the house of beautifully and the glitter felt adds a nice finishing touch.

Laura was truely delighted with her pleated bag that she made at an improvers class. The colours work well together and she should be really pleased with the finished result.

This beautiful Cherry tree quilt designed by Lynette Anderson has been made by Janet. She further spent alot of time and care with the quilting which gave it a lovely finishing touch.

Lou recently attended a workshop creating a mystery quilt. She was truely delighted  with the fnished result and she really enjoyed the  day work shop. 

The finished quilt looks amazing.

Gail has been taking part in the improvers sewing course and was really pleased with the fantastic pleated bag she made.

This Summer quilt based on using Morrocan colours was made by Janet. She throughly enjoyed lerning many different techniques over a number of weeks.  An exceptional quilt that she should be delighted with.

Sarah attended a  hand applique work shop earlier in the year and as a result upcycled this tote bag with this very cute chicken. In addition , the trimming finishes it off beautifully.

This lovely sewing organiser has been made by Caroline.  The yellow bias binding contrasts beautifully with the sewing machine fabric and the clear plastic was easy to work with.

Ellis has made this super pin cushion and finished it off with a large  red button.

This beautiful Cathedral window cushion has been made by Jane. She was so pleased with the finished result that she plans to make another cushion very soon.

This great patchwork block keeper has been made by Janet. The colours really contrast well together and give it a lovely fresh look. 

Sue recently attended a log cabin bag workshop and was really pleased with her finished bag. The colours work really well together  and she has taken great care with her seam allowance.

Janet attended a workshop last Summer on using a layer cake to create a quilt. Half square triangles are used throughout and i’m sure you will agree the result is stunning. 

Jane made this super quillow after attending a workshop. The colours work really well together and the bias finishes it off beautifully.

This mystery quilt has been made by Jan. The Jelly roll is based on William Morris and as you can see the quilt is beautiful.

One of our lovely customers  couldnt resist this Christmas panel and i’m sure you will agree she has done an incredible job of  creating a beautiful quilt with it.

Lorraine has been attending an improvers sewing course and she was thrilled with her lovely wash bag she made.

This stunning tumbling  block quilt has been made by Jane. The shades of colours work really well together and makes it stand out again the neutral border.

Kev has made this fabulous duck. He is full of charachter and can’t help but make you smile. Kev is new to the crafting world, but i have a feeling that we will be seeing more more of his crafting antics in the future.

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