Thank you for sharing your trip and the pictures. Brings back a lot of memories for me. There is something quite special and different too about quilting in the antipodes – I suspect it is a bit like NZ regionalist painting – the light is different, and so the way light and colour is used in quilting is quite different too.
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– the making of a gift calendar for monster-loving kids or the Grinch of the family
Kids love monsters, but we probably all know someone who acts like a Grinch, scorning everything about Christmas, but still w…
I’d definitely recommend this as a day out for any quilt group within a couple of hours drive, or as a side trip if you are holidaying nearby. I love Scarborough Sewing Centre for their range and their prices and the fact that if you can’t get there, if you contact them via facebook and they will help you choose fabrics (by photo) that they can…[Read more]
I’m getting excited now too! As one of the bloggerati who will be helping sew this together, just wanted to make sure anyone contributing realised that we are after QAYG blocks – i.e. backed, wadded and quilted, then trimmed to 10.5 inches square.
This year I entered a quilt in a show for the first time – and not just any show or any quilt – it was Festival of Quilts, and my entry was in the 1718 coverlet challenge. I’ve already blogged about the making of th…
You should be very proud Corrine! I saw your quilt and wish I’d met you there, all the 1718 quilts were great xx
Thanks so much Lynne. Yes, it did make me very proud to see it hanging there with all the others. Such a special thing to do in this the tercentenary year.
Wow, well done, the 1718 quilts all looked amazing, your Ice one looks cute too 🙂
Well.done Corrine, you did really we
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