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11 May 2012

I’m in Handmade Magazine

My latest project to be published is my Dresden table runner. It will be in Handmade magazine and available for purchase on starting Wednesday, 16th May 2012.

Issue number: Handmade Vol 30 No 4
 
And not only is it published, check it out on the front cover!




Inside the magazine, you’ll see my project, plus my photo. Eek!

I remember when I took this photo. I was at a local tourist attraction called the Kiama Blowhole. I was trying to get a photo of me, in front of the blowhole, while the water was “blowing”.

Hub tried, but didn’t get one that I liked, so I took charge and got lucky with a shot at the right time.




Now back to the project - I love this runner.

I love the Dresden plate blocks.

I love the Trapunto which makes the Dresden’s “pop”.

I love the fabric prints (it is mostly Flora by Lauren + Jessi Jung for Moda Fabrics).

I love the colours.

I love the hand quilting.

Mothers Day is here on Sunday, so my mum may just receive this runner and a voucher from Good Return.

Do I sound proud? Yes, I admit that I am – just a teensy bit.

Dresden Plate blocks – love them, loathe them, or never tried them?

19 comments:

  1. Lovely, congratulations on the recognition of your talent. Looking forward to seeing more ! Janet

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  2. Very nice! And it's funny, but when I first looked at the table runner I thought maybe the Dresden Plate was a clock. I see it is not, but wouldn't that be a fun idea?

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  3. L-O-V-E "the plate" runner. I've never seen a dresden I didn't like! Congrats! :)

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  4. Congratulations!! I LOVE that table runner! Looks like something I will definitely be making!! ... Think it's the Dresdens - LOVE these!!

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  5. congrats Anorina,it looks stunning i have never made a dresden plate before but i think i might have a go now,lol,after i buy the mag.xx

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  6. Congratulations--that is wonderful news and it couldn't have happened to a more talented quilter!!

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  7. Congratulations!I like dresden and your table runner!

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  8. I've done something like this before..........looks great congrats

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  9. Congratulations, another stunning project ;-) I have always admired the Dresden plate, I really must try it ;-)

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  10. No wonder you made the cover - your table runner is gorgeous.

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  11. Congrat's the table runner is gorgeous. Love Dresden plates. My first ever patchwork project was Dresden plate place mats all sewn by hand as i didn't have a sewing machine back then. Hugs,

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  12. you should be proud! this is fantastic! LOVE It! and congratulations!

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  13. congrats. job well deserved
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  14. Congratulations on having work published.

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