A couple of years ago, I had my first magazine quilt finish – Pavement Puddles. It was featured on the cover of the first ever Make Modern Magazine, and I was thrilled! Since then, you guys have purchased the pattern yourself, but it’s taken me this long to get another version made myself! I actually finished the quilt top this time last year, but just never got around the finishing it – until today! Isn’t it beautiful? It is so very different from … Continue Reading »
This month’s #aussieaurifilclub is a little delayed! But it’s a good delay, because our Aussie distributor has been sold and handed over to its new owners – none other than Amitie Textiles! So Jen and her crew are working hard to get everything running smoothly again, and will be bringing in loads more stock – including the much anticipated 80wt thread! Watch this space! But for now, let me introduce you to “Neutral Territory”. This foursome of softness is perfect for all sewing … Continue Reading »
What do you do when you have time off work and a WIP list a mile long?? You start something new yes? Several something’s new?? Mmhmmmm…… To make this story sound better, I will say that the following THREE new projects stemmed from leftovers of projects gone….. Firstly, I found the leftovers from blocks of a quilt that is yet to be finished. In fact, it was supposed to be a Christmas present last year. I’m hoping to get that done for this … Continue Reading »
Back in May of this year, I did a bit of fabric shopping whilst tripping through Tasmania. On said fabric shopping, I found the most glorious bundle of blue prints at Patchwork Plus. The collection is called “Alchemy” by Camelot Fabrics. That little bundle has been patiently awaiting my attention, and thankfully I packed it when I went up for a day with my Modern Makers friends. I whipped that bundle through the fabulous Go! cutter, and was then fully prepared to make … Continue Reading »
This month’s #aussieaurifilclub is a follow up from September’s Primary Plus. We’ve moved on to September Stash! We’ve mixed those primary hues together, and now have luscious green, orange and purple, as well as the most divine bright variegated thread in town! Aren’t they yummy? Subscriptions were shipped out today, and these bundles will be available to purchase in the online store ASAP!
Quilters often talk about having a quilty bucket list. For me, there were only a few to tick off my list: Clam Shell quilt, Double Wedding Ring quilt and Drunkards Path Quilt. I’m pleased to say there is now only two left on that list! May I present my rainbow version – Up the garden path quilt…. Consisting of over 115 Lizzy House prints (from my last #aussiecharmswap), and a bunch of Sarah Jane and Heather Ross prints, this darling quilt has been … Continue Reading »
There is literally nothing more satisfying than a quilt that comes together super quick! For this beauty, I dug out two gorgeous charm packs from V and Co – Simply Style and Simply Color. Once I had a rough idea of my rainbow, I added about a dozen of my own fabrics from my stash, surrounded it in a sea of white, and DONE! I’m a tad obsessed by rainbows at present, and think they are the perfect colour combination to brighten anyone’s … Continue Reading »
This month’s #aussieaurifilclub is made up of the three primary colours and its +one – a fabulous rainbow variegated thread! Everyone needs basic primary colours and who doesn’t love a rainbow? PERFECT! Bundles have been shipped today, and these sets will be available in the store HERE.
He’s finished! And has had to make do with photographs hanging on the back fence of my neighbours house. Hereby framed by an electrical post and paperbark tree – and of course, a hills hoist clothesline behind the fence! But he’s beautiful…. I always find it hard to choose a favourite quilt, but this one is a major contender from here on in. I was lucky enough to acquaint myself with the gorgeous Carolyn from Free Bird Quilting Designs, and with a very … Continue Reading »
A few months ago, I listed a bunch of my quilts for sale on my personal Facebook page. I honestly did not think anyone would buy them, but wanted to give friends and family first option before I put them out to the public! Much to my surprise, I sold a few! Two of them found a new home together, for two gorgeous little sisters. But there was just one problem – they have a brother! But I had no boyish quilts….. So … Continue Reading »