Monthly Archives: September 2008
Asking a quiltmaker to do mending, is like asking Picasso to paint your porch.
Along time ago, I saw in a magazine (Can you ever find things again?) a 1930’s era quilt. And since I have quite a collection of reproductions from the era I thought one day I’d make it. So after much … Continue reading
This pic is of my Hexagon Quilt finished. The Hexagons measure app. 3 1/2 ” across, so they come together quickly.
I’ve been working a bit on my ladies this week, here is a peek. If you would like to know what this project is all about, there is a page called Women who have inspired my life.
Look Who came in the post yesterday. Safe and sound, and all the way from America. Her name is ‘Nell’ which is written on the back at the base of her neck also ‘Tudor 1980’. When I saw her, she looked … Continue reading
I have completed another sixteen Blocks C 7, to D 9. They are lovely fun, one day when I think I just couldn’t face another the next morning I awake, and can’t wait to start again.
A patchwork group I attend is adding to an existing wall hanging, where members of the group, each make a six inch square with their name on it. Since I made Uncle Richard yesterday, and it fitted the bill, I enlarged it, … Continue reading
A quilt on the bed is worth ten in your head.
I must apologize to you if you have come here looking for a pattern. I do promise there will be one soon. So if you are looking for one, email me and when I have it uploaded on to this … Continue reading