No sleeping in this Sunday past. Tracey, Margaret and I left Elphinstone at 9 to get Margaret to her Quilt Angel duty for Vic Quilters on time. As usual it was amazingly busy, so many stands with so many tempting fabrics. A couple of my favourites would be, BE BE BOLD, Needles and Pins and… Read More A day at Jeff’s Shed
Having found my lost project, “Geese Crossing” I’m keen to get it moving again, so last night I ran up some new freezer paper templates. As mentioned in a previous post, up until I learned the freezer paper foundation piecing method, I just couldn’t see any reason I’d be interested in foundation piecing. I’ve seen… Read More Geese Crossing found
Bamboo In the last few months I’ve been researching Bamboo batting. I’ve seen it in one quilt and have decided that my next few quilts will have Bamboo in them. Why? Partly because it will be better for the environment. The growing and processing of cotton is very environmentally unfriendly and I use plenty of… Read More Exploring different types of Batting
I’m so happy! I’ve found a lost project. 18 months ago I was moving house and a friend came to visit a week before. So she packed up my very messy room, and started with my sewing table and a quilt in various pieces scattered everywhere. She’s NOT a quilter, nor a sewer. While setting… Read More Lost project Found!
I currently have too many things on my To do list and I’m not attempting any of them. Sewing list make liners for 2 laundry hampers Patterns list finish & write up pattern for new flower basket quilt scan pattern for Candlewick bedspread from book. DONE [slideshow] scan picture of quilt in same book. DONE… Read More Too many things to do, too little organisation!