Today is World Quilting Day and I am guilty of having done no quilting at all! To make up for it, I will share the two flower blocks I have recently finished from the Dreamcarcher Round the Year Quilt. These are from one of the five quilt-as-you-go panels that will be joined to make the […]
A `Trip Around the World’ quilt in the colours of autumn, made for my mother in 2009-2010. The white sashing adds a twist to the traditional pattern!
My first ever quilt was made for my son in 2009, using hand-dyed ‘Dabu’ fabrics. The pattern called “Twilight” from a BHG compilation of quilt patterns, alternated the friendship star with background `night’ blocks. It is hand quilted!
This is a long outstanding project – a UFO (unfinished object) in quilting lingo – finished! This 100″x110″ quilt is made up entirely from scraps of muslin and cambric left over from sewing my salwar-kameezes. Other than, of course, the border, for which I bought fabric separately. Most of these are hand-block prints; there are […]
There is some progress on the first of the five (quilt-as-you-go) panels that will make up this quilt. Here is a look!