Author: Teresa Barrow

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I woke on the morning of the 14th June to see a picture on a close friend’s timeline on FB at 7.18am just as she landed at Heathrow after returning from Africa. It showed the plane’s engine and a massive plume of smoke over West London. At that point I hadn’t seen the news &…

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We all know that we can’t always put pictures of cats and dogs on, or even near, finished quilts or goodness gracious sleeping on sewing machines, quilt sandwiches, disrupting cut out patchwork pieces or blocks on the floor, because these pictures are frowned on or banned on most of the major worldwide FB quilting groups…

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One of my most favourite quilts that I have made, because of who received it. A woman I had never met but had heard a lot about. My friend Katie was personally driving a 7.5 Ton lorry with her friend Jill, as part of an Aid Convoy to Kosovo, with a charity called Hope and…

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4 years faithful service. Thankfully not my sewing machine, but a severely scored cutting mat with a vertical great big open hole. RIP my 60 x 45cm (24 x 18″) OLFA green rotary cutting mat. So sorry you cracked under the strain, but I suppose our break up was somewhat inevitable, given our passion for…

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If you a Moda Addict, as I am, you may have bought at some point in the past a Moda Scrap Bag. I have bought a few in the past in local quilt shops. The only trouble is you can’t unwrap the roll when purchasing so you are not always sure of the exact patterns,…