to turn a quilt top into a quilt. Until a top is quilted, it’s just a top. The other day I picked up my very first, rotary cut, machine pieced quilt top from Margaret. It’s journey had spanned 17+ years, and too many homes to count as a top. A few weeks ago I found… Read More It’s never too late . . .
Just a quick post. I’ve been working on the inner dogtooth borders for my Texas Rose Baskets quilt. I just got my son to hold it up so I could see it from a distance and I liking what I see. Hopefully I will get to finish the last green dogtooth border on tomorrow. Sorry… Read More Dogtooth borders
Awhile ago I started a quilt that I’ve slowly been working on. Its taken awhile because I didn’t choose all my greens and red at the same time so it’s been a bit of a hunt to find greens and reds that work together. About a month ago Margaret and I spent a lovely day… Read More Texas Rose Baskets
the 2011 Australian Quilt Study Symposium hosted by Quilt Study Group Victoria and all I can say is Wow! I travelled down from Castlemaine by train to ‘The Immigration Museum‘ where the two day symposium was held over the weekend. I quickly lined up to sign in with many ladies and a gentleman or two,… Read More Just backing from ‘Unfolding Tradition’