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Category Archives: Bush Garlands
Australian wild flowers, with the South Australian state emblem in the centre … Sturt’s Desert Pea. The background colour is one of the many associated with the sandy areas of Australian inland. The second designs features flowers of three Aussie … Continue reading
Can you name the flowers? How about the animals? The Australian bush is anything but neat and formal like these quilts, but the flowers are stunning.
These blocks were first drawn with pencils on butcher’s paper, then transferred to Electric Quilt 5 … and I still like them. Australia has some weird and wonderful native flowers, with lots of colour.
Not a new project file, but one I found in the deepest, darkest corners of Electric Quilt, with some previously shared. The flowers are all Australian native flowers, from small to giant plants … the smallest knee high, the largest … Continue reading
Before I bought EQ5 I drew up a heap of Australian floral garlands, and made a quilt, which sold at a charity Auction, and another smaller one for a niece. I eventually added all the various garlands to Electric Quilt, … Continue reading
It is Australia day, so I am sharing an Aussie flavoured quilt, with Waratah, Bottlebrush and Bansia wreaths. I suspect the more common flavours of the day are eggs and bacon for brekky, snags, chops and maybe prawns on the … Continue reading
A lot of Aussie flowers are bright … … but we do have a lot of others which come in pretty pastels. These two designs are the last in a project file I opened while I was making a quilt … Continue reading
The Sturt Desert Pea, the flower in the centre of this design, is the state flower of South Australia, and the drier areas of the state have a good covering of these this year after some good winter rains. This … Continue reading