Back in early 2009, I purchased this lino-printed fabric from the Babbarra Women’s Centre at the Australasian Quilt Convention (read more here). My plan was to make a dress but the directional, blocky fabric design did not lend itself to being cut up and moved about. And so the precious fabric has been waiting patiently […]
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Wonderful lino cut printed fabrics by Babbarra Designs are available from Stroppy Sheilas at the Australasian Quilt Convention. This one is mine!
I have a large hand stitching project that I need to work on but it is much too warm to have it draped in my lap. Instead, I am back at the machine. This is a small piece for the SAQA 2014 Anniversary Trunk Show and a good way to get back into the swing […]
The beach house we stayed at Bodega Bay had all sorts of curiosities including the remains of a once extensive collection of Native American weaving. Just look at the fine details:
I didn’t sleep so well last night. When I looked out the window, this is what I saw: Being San Francisco, this is fake snow. I am sure that the real stuff is in store for later in our trip.
Wednesday and Thursday were busy days at the Auckland Festival of Quilts for me and my co-judges, Penny Jameson of Stitch and Anna Williams. Between us, we viewed over 260 quilts and multi-media works and completed an evaluation form for each one. We then joined forces to select the special awards and Best of Show. […]