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Following the success of my circular ruler for my Drunkards Path quilts, I treated myself to an equilateral triangle cutting ruler. This little quilt was made from strips of a jelly roll joined together and then cut using the ruler. As … Continue reading
A potential client asked if I had any quilts ‘in stock’ other than those shown on this site. She was looking for something less bright. The answer was YES! Below are a few that I looked out for her. These … Continue reading
I am currently enjoying a fabulous holiday in the northwest of WA. Today we visited the spectacular Turquoise Bay-a favourite haunt for many years. 6 years ago, I made an award winning wall hanging of the scene which still looked … Continue reading
During the recent COVID-19 lockdown, I participated in an international challenge with the theme Magic Carpet. The pieces will be shown in an online exhibition which opens on 1st August. I will share the link once it opens.
It was time to make something really bright! And this very large lap quilt certainly is. I am planning to make some co-ordinating cushion covers – so watch out for them.
I have spent the last couple of days making up cushions from last year’s travel projects. I stitched a sashiko panel during a train trip across Canada which I cut up and supplemented and made into 4 cushions. The 5th … Continue reading
I have never made a quilt using the traditional ‘Drunkards Path’ block, so I thought I’d have a go. Using my favourite Kaffe Fassett material, I am very pleased with the result.