It’s a very strange time we are living in right now. Wether you are working as one of our wonderful key workers or doing your bit by staying at home. We are lucky, in at least we can occupy ourselves with our s…
This is a tale I found in a very old book dated around 1364. I discovered the volume holding up a back leg of an old sideboard in a deceased relatives house, in the old fishing port of Whitby. It was very tatty and…
I’ve been sent a wonderful collection of fabrics from Makower called Sail Away. Consisting of 9 different designs in different colour ways. There is also a double edged scenic border and a panel 24×44 containing 6…
2 weeks before Christmas I decided to write a Christmas story for my grandsons, who were staying from the 21st. Aged 6 and 4 I couldn’t find a story I thought they would like, a story that had a few more words a…
Not one to shirk at a challenge I thought a song title quilt would be an interesting one. Esp in the lead up to one of my fav times of year. So I accepted Sylvias call out to the bloggeratti. Excitement mounted as I…
Loving your freemotion work . So detailed! I so want to do more of that!
It’s practice, practice, practice. And you will be able to before you know it.
As always incredibly inventive and well executed. I live in a town which had the last battle of the civil war. We no longer have a spire on our church as that got destroyed in the battle, but still have a canon ball embedded in the wall!
Wow that’s amazing Teresa. Bet that church could tell some stories. Thanks
Wow! your FMQ drawing is amazing – love the interpretation. The Seagulls part was very clever.
Gulliver says thank you
I love the thought process going from one to the other. Brilliant interpretation
Great write up. Love both of these and great seeing the processes you use.
Thank you Ruth
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