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Nursery Quilt

I am really enjoying making some new children’s quilts.  This is my latest offering.  A cute nursery quilt which is 100% cotton.  It has some 3D ‘prairie points’ or crocodile teeth which your baby can play with when it is … Continue reading

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Spot Me!

I have been busy making an entry for the AQC challenge and working on a special, rather gorgeous 40th birthday quilt – neither of which I can share with you.  However, after receiving a couple of enquiries for kids quilts, … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas

Happy Christmas to you all.  Have fun over the holiday – I intend to.  I seem to have spent the last few weeks making Kimekomi balls (must have done about 50-everyone loved them so much!) and watching cricket!  I am … Continue reading

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No sewing this weekend

Got carried away doing craft stuff this weekend.  I made my Christmas cards (inspired by my friend Meg at https://ourhousequilts.wordpress.com) I made Kimekomi balls (inspired by my friend Phil at http://pippaquilt.blogspot.com.au/?wref=bif )    

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T-Shirt Quilts

Whilst away, I received numerous enquiries about T-shirt quilts and quilts made from clothes.  I think people believe that, because they are made from recycled materials, they will be cheap.  Unfortunately this is not the case.  The ‘free’ material is … Continue reading

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Back Home

Back home after a 10 week holiday and time to get back to sewing.  Thanks for all the enquiries that I have had for quilts whilst I have been away – please contact me again if you are interested in … Continue reading

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Wonderful Washington

Just spent 4 days enjoying the art in Washington which is so freely shared without any crowds.  Apart from the many stunning masterpieces in the National Gallery of Art, there were some interesting pieces in the small contemporary Renwick Gallery. … Continue reading

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