Author: Rebecca Nevard

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When a few books became available for review I jumped at the chance of reviewing this book. I am really inspired by textile techniques from the Far East (in particular Japan) as well as anything that recycles / upcycles /  reuses scrap fabric. After all, fabric is not cheap. As you can see by my…

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Hey everyone Is it just me or has Summer finally arrived? I hope you are getting the opportunity to enjoy the sunshine. You know the saying about things coming in threes. Well after years of not going to London, I have had to make 3 separate trips to the big smoke in 3 weeks. I…

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The team at UKQU HQ have a great sense of humour. They always seem to send me the obscure notions for me to try out. This one was a proper headscratcher. However, after a quick google search, I found this you tube link for inspiration. The particular gauge I was sent measured in millimetres rather…

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After my previous review of Guterman threads (see here), I was very happy to review this new pack, as I knew how much I like their threads. As with the last thread set, I reviewed there were 10 threads in the pack, but this time it had a rather intriguing metal template! When it arrived,…

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I don’t know about you, but when it comes to sewing, or quilt I just grab the first thread I can lay my hands on. C’mon I know some of you do the same, right? I know there are some purists that will only quilt with 100% cotton thread, fabric and batting. In an ideal…