Category Archives: Fire & Ice

Fire Crazy

The bloggers were asked who would like to partake in a Sew-A-Row quilt, and I decided to go for it. I haven’t been part of such a group before, and the only Sew-A-Row I’ve done before was one from Popular Patchwork magazine, using scraps. I wasn’t sure what would be required of me in this,…

Animals from the Ice regions

Back in March an idea was floated within the UKQU bloggers community to put together a ‘sew-a-row’ quilt. If you’re not familiar with the concept, it is a quilt made up of different horizontal rows, usually with some kind if sashing and a border. This was a collaborative project between Sue Griffiths, myself, Corinne Curtis,…

Whirlwinds of Fire

When I knew I was going to be involved in putting something together for this quilt, I was both thrilled and apprehensive. When I’m planning or designing quilts at home, they tend to take on a mind of their own as they come together. When you are working with other people, it’s not always that…

Sew-a-Row

Well, the shout went out for anyone interested in taking part in a sew-a-row where you had to design the row, sew the row and write up the pattern for it. After taking part in a sew-a-row a few years ago and enjoying every minute of it I just knew that this was for me.…