Today, I’m looking back to last year when I spent 100 days using up my fabric stash. I didn’t get around to posting about it then, so here is the final list of things I made, with the amount of fabric used. Garden Party quilt – 10 metres Blue & Yellow quilt as you go… Read More My 2019 100 Day Project
One of my friends made me this beautiful bunch of paper anemones earlier in the year. When I found out she was having an extra special birthday this year, I knew I wanted to make her something too. I decided to make a cushion, and remembered I hadn’t yet made the Footloose quilt by Jenny… Read More Mini Footloose cushion
At the end of last year South West Modern Quilt Guild had an improv workshop with Nicholas Ball. It was a great day – he is a fantastic teacher – and I decided to have a go at his fish design. The fish are made up of two intersecting curves, with a triangle tail. They… Read More Something fishy
My Pollinate quilt is finished! It’s taken about eighteen months to make, and I have loved every minute of it. I was attracted to the pattern because of all the different shapes, which meant I didn’t get bored. In fact, I extended this quilt beyond the pattern, because I wanted to make more of the… Read More Pollinate!
I wasn’t planning to take part in The 100 Day Project this year. However, with everything that is happening at the moment, I thought a bit of structure and connection to the outside world could only be good. I’m going to work on a Seedlings Quilt, which is the sampler quilt from Jodi Godfrey’s English… Read More My 100 day project – 2020
It’s day 89 of my project, 100 days of stash busting. It’s been going well – the finished projects are piling up, and the stash is decreasing. There’s certainly plenty of fabric left, but it does now all fit in the chest of drawers I bought to keep everything in! I haven’t got anything completed… Read More The 100 day project – update
Two South West Modern Quilt Guild workshops came together on this project. I made the suitcase mini last year at a precision piecing workshop with Kerry Green. After spending all that time on the piecing, I was too scared to go ahead with the quilting in case I ‘ruined’ it! Then last month Sarah Ashford… Read More Quilting suitcases