Monthly Archives: March 2009
I purchased this panel at the Australasian Quilt Convention we visited at the end of February. It reminds me of school holidays spent at my maternal grandparents home, and many times ‘feeding the chickens’. I am going to piece it … Continue reading
I am using one of my Jane Austen’s Coverlet, replica panel ,to be the centre of a new Medallion Quilt I’ve started. An American friend, Rose, sent it to me. Time to use it.
A friend, Joan, came out to sew the other day. I was supposed to be helping her, but we kept calculating wrong, and ended up with little brown and white triangles that were the wrong size. Joan left them for me … Continue reading
I been developing a few different ideas for piecing, by sewing strips together, This is the result, so far.
I made the four patch Doll Quilt for my niece Amy’s fifth Birthday present, by all reports she likes it! what more thanks could you want. I made it in her favourite colours. It measures about 22 x 24 inches. … Continue reading
This month I’ve been fiddling with fussy cutting and making nine patch blocks stayed tuned for the rest of this.
Near the end of February, I attended a quilt show/ Craft Fair in Melbourne. Whilst there my husband, myself and a patchwork friend Diane, went to the NGV to see this quilt that had been recently found in Central Victoria, … Continue reading
I am up to ten rows of my Dear Jane completed. The pictured Puss is my dear patchwork buddy ‘Iggy’ who likes to be where I am sewing, cutting, piecing, in my face, she is just delightful. .