You may recall the Churn Dash quilt I was making. Here it is, ready and waiting for the arrival of the new little one in the family: And here is Miss E with her quilt: And speaking of gorgeous nieces, here is Miss S unfurling her quilt last Christmas:
This quilt was waiting for us at the country house. It was made by the Laundry King’s aunt and is in great condition. I hope that some of my quilts are as enduring.
As I prepare for travelling to the United States for the holidays, I am crossing things off my to do list: the latest issue of the Serendipity Studio Newsletter has been dispatched to subscribers; instructions have been sent off to Quilters Companion for a new project in 2014; broad bean seeds have been planted and […]
We have been without an internet connection (apart from a 3G dongle and iPad) for over 48 hours and will not see restoration until Monday at the earliest. Fortunately, the radio and sewing machine still work so I have been able to complete some more “X ” blocks for a quilt for my five year […]
Before the gay marriage equality logo went viral on social media last month, it was already a familiar motif to me, albeit in a different context. Back in 2007-2008, when I was developing designs for my Power Stripping workshop, I made this quilt that I called “Power Points” because the motif recalled an electricity outlet […]
In just a week, I will be off to Adelaide to teach Shibori Serendipity and Serendipity Circles at Quilt Encounter, the annual retreat of the Quilters’ Guild of South Australia. While I am down that way, I will also be giving a presentation to the evening Guild meeting on Thursday, 5 July 2012 (7.15pm for […]