Friday, June 10, 2011

Show Competition and Sue's latest creations

 
 Sue Daley's latest creation has just arrived and it is stunning. The beautiful gypsy garden features Sue's classic combination of needleturn applique and English paper piecing. The quilt also has some wool applique for added texture and is framed with clamshells. You'll be able to see it and Sue at the Craft and Quilt Fair from the 22nd to the 26th June.
We have it available as a pattern (with papers), a block of the Month and starter pack which includes 10 fat eigths of beautiful reproduction prints.
Pink Rotary CutterThere are also some great pink and purple notions in including a pink rotary cutter, pink rotating mat and a cutter cubby for keeping all your bits in.
Pink Rotating Mat 10"




Cutter Cubby 

 You can check out all this great new stuff at the Craft and Quilt Fair at Darling Harbour. We have over $200 worth of great prizes to give away before and during the show, including free tickets, pattern and hexagon papers. Just post a comment here telling us which of Sue's creation is your favourite and why!

15 comments:

Ann-Maree said...

I've never seen a Pie and tart I didn't like!

Vikki B. said...

I started with Sue's paper piecing pack 34 and have slowly made the most wonderful lantern pattern quilt top. Looking forward to meeting the team again at this years show, and learning more.

Sue said...

I've loved her finishing kits for the Quilt aid kits.
Most of Sue's work is awe inspiring how does one person have so much talent.

Shiralee Stitches said...

I love Sue's quilt 'It Takes Two", a friend is currently making this quilt....I love the olde-worlde style of it and especially the shaped outer edge....I will definitely make this quilt soon...I'm looking forward to my first ever trip to the DH fair...Mum and I are flying down from Lismore...can't wait...see you there....looking forward to meeting Sue too....

sybil said...

Pie and tart is the winner for me....hands down!

SandyN said...

I can't decide. I love Antique sampler and Pie and Tarts...


Sandyn

bettsylyn said...

Actually getting back to basics - I love using the papers. It is so good not to have to cut them out and they are such a nice thickness to work with.

Simone de Klerk said...

Love 'threads and things'. The project must be so much fun to make and then and would have a good place on my sewing table. It would bring even more happiness to my sewing table (o:

Sylvia said...

I think that her patterns are all very special but I do like the Pies and Tarts quilt from a few years ago.

Sharon P said...

My favourite would have to be Under the Southern Stars. Love how delicate this is and the border sets it off beautifully!

Brigitte said...

thank you for the chance to win! I love her "it takes two" so much, but the other patterns are great too! Actually I'm working with elongated hexagons ....
greetings from Germany
Brigitte

Ned's Place said...

I have used a few of Sue Dailey's patterns and papers.
Loved making Pies and Tarts having the right size papers for both sized pies was great, I enjoyed it because it was so portable to take to sit and sews and sewing at night and the variety of fabrics I used all different (used lot's of scraps).
I'm now working on This Goes with That Quilt(longtime project) and have Port Roses cut-out and ready to sew together.

One for a wish.. said...

I love It Takes Two and Pies and Tarts..but most say I like a whole lot of them!

Anonymous said...

all lovely


belinda_jane_78@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

thanks for the give away.

very inspiring sue.
i m new at sewing & would love to be able to create like yourself sue. you definetely inspire me. thanks for the chance to win & good luck all

Belinda Gibbins
belinda_jane_78@hotmail.com