I have a luscious set of Robert Kaufman Kona Solid fabrics – in greys and brights – which were just begging to be played with. Aren’t they gorgeous. In fact so gorgeous that many designs were competing for attention. … Continued
Genesis of a quilt A number of people have asked me questions about how a quilt is constructed. So I thought you might be interested in this blog on the genesis of a quilt being made for a recent commission. … Continued
I saw this wooden doll’s bed and bought it on a whim. It was clearly made by a dad for a daughter quite some time ago. It is only 7.25” wide and 10.5” long!
I really liked it’s naïve charm and so decided to make a miniature quilt for it.
I thought you might be interested in the process. So here goes …
Postscript to the bubble wrap dilemma … Through the letter box this morning plopped a sumptuous catalogue from the company who supplied the bubble wrap … with a 10% discount voucher!!!! How is a girl to resist? You can even … Continued
Soooo …. I set a challenge on the A Quilt In Time Facebook site of suggestions of what could be done with this embarrassment of bubble wrap riches. The bubble wrap dilemma has been solved. The solution pulled out of … Continued
Picture this … Issue – I need bubble wrap to post the sweetie jars of haberdashery heaven … Solution – you are a sensible woman, go onto t’internet and find a suitable company supplying packing materials … sorted, with order for … Continued
Open Studios Taister … I’ve spent today making up some ‘sweetie’ jars of haberdashery heaven for the Open Studio. Lots of buttons, ribbons and the like. They look so gorgeous I am tempted to just have some on … Continued
My Calm After The Storm piece spent a happy few days in the Forum, Norwich, at the Taster event for the Open Studio event which will be taking place end of May/start of June. While invigilating I took this … Continued