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More Custom Cushions {Christmas Edition #1}

More Custom Cushions {Christmas Edition #1}

The Christmas sewing has started in earnest here now.  Here are another couple of custom cushions orders I've finished this week for Sha...
Marvellous Mini Challenge

Marvellous Mini Challenge

The August Island Batik ambassador challenge was all about mini quilts. We were tasked with making a mini quilt measuring anywhere between 1...
Zooming & Two Lines

Zooming & Two Lines

First up, now that I've finished the applique/quilting, I thought I'd share my "Petals in the Wind" project. It's come...
Petals in the Wind

Petals in the Wind

Yesterday was a good day. I went into the sewing room mid morning and played until the kids came home from school and it was time to get din...
Rainbow Cushion

Rainbow Cushion

My freeform rainbow appliqué cushion is finished. I honestly enjoyed every step in making this project - even adding the zipper to the back ...
Zooming Rainbows

Zooming Rainbows

I had a great time zooming with Chookyblue and a number of crafty ladies from around the world. The zoom started at 6am (AEST) and went on a...
Treasure from Trash

Treasure from Trash

As I scrolled through Instagram on my phone while I had breakfast (we all do that, right?) I saw that @berry_birdy had put out a fun new ch...
Poinsettia Candle Mat

Poinsettia Candle Mat

With Christmas only weeks away, I've happily jumped on the Christmas sewing wagon. I shared my Spirit of Christmas Table Runner through...
Custom Cushion: Babcia

Custom Cushion: Babcia

A quick visit to the blog today to share this new custom cushion. This 'Babcia' cushion was ordered by a friend whose Polish grandmo...
Squid Game Pillow + Pattern

Squid Game Pillow + Pattern

If you're a fan of Squid Game, the South Korean series on Netflix, you might like to try creating a Squid Game pillow like this one, wit...
FNSI - Dresden

FNSI - Dresden

It's been a very scattered week for me without a lot of sewing so when I saw Wendy announce that it was time for Friday Night Sew In, I ...
Making Scrappy Dresden Plates

Making Scrappy Dresden Plates

I love making dresden plate blocks and hadn't make one for quite a long time. In the past, I've made a few quilts, table runners, cu...
The Highs and Lows of 2020 - Temperature Quilt

The Highs and Lows of 2020 - Temperature Quilt

This quilt top has been sitting around, waiting for it's turn. Well, really it was waiting for some inspiration to hit me, to then be fi...
The Autumn Fall {FREE TEMPLATE}

The Autumn Fall {FREE TEMPLATE}

Good Morning and welcome to day one of the "I'm Falling for You" blog hop, hosted by Joan of MooseStash Quilting . Though it&#...
Autumn Leaves in Spring

Autumn Leaves in Spring

Even though it's spring here in the Souther Hemisphere, I've been playing around with autumn leaves in my sewing room this week.  I ...
Orange Lolli-poppies

Orange Lolli-poppies

Welcome to my stop on the 'Orange You Glad' blog hop.  Carla of Creatin' in the Sticks set us this challenge:  " Create so...
Bubbles and Ripples

Bubbles and Ripples

A few years ago, I made a table runner project for Make Modern Magazine . It's a digital magazine, run by Aussie quilting friends, which...
May 2021 Round-Up: Woofa + OMG

May 2021 Round-Up: Woofa + OMG

The months are flying by with tomorrow, the last day of Autumn here in Australia. Though the last couple of days have been particularly cold...
Born to be Wild: Monstera Coasters

Born to be Wild: Monstera Coasters

Good morning and welcome to my stop on the 'Born to be Wild' blog hop. This hop, hosted by Carol of Just Let Me Quilt is themed aro...
Blossoms on Blue : Quilted Bag

Blossoms on Blue : Quilted Bag

Introducing my Blossoms on Blue quilted bag. It's a good size bag, perfect for holding library books or some groceries. I may use it to ...