Houston Stars - a star sampler, where blocks were made using a variety of methods, machine quilted and joined using the quilt-as-you-go method.
Harlequin - a contemporary version of an Amish quilt, using the traditional Amish on-point layout. Free-cut curved borders were added to echo the curves in the central border. Again, this was beautifully hand quilted.
Echinacea 1 - uses a mixture of both commercial fabrics and ones that Hilary has printed, dyed, monoprinted and stamped herself. Free machine quilting using Echinacea imagery and script were used as part of the patterning. Painted fabrics were used for the appliqued flowers and leaves and these were machine stitched and embroidered. A painted, bonded binding was attached with a lace insert. The second picture of Echinacea 1 shows this work in detail.
Fritilleria - a wholecloth quilt, painted in a checkerboard of pink and green. Grey and black silhouettes were cut and bonded over stencilled flowers, then machined down to complete the meadow.
Gravey Jug - these fabrics were all hand dyed and printed using a variety of techniques, using rubbings, stamps, rollar printing, monoprints and fabric markers. Machine quilted and embroidered, then hand stitching added.
Deco Jug - Machine quilted then applique added. Machine embroidered and hand stitching.
Fire and Stone 1 - Jean Boath, Fife
Mother O'Mine - Lesley Brankin, Malvern, Worcestershire
Inspired - Fusion
In Russet Mantle Clad - Catherine Millar, Somerset