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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...
The Tree of Life Tote Bag - with Island Batik and AccuQuilt

The Tree of Life Tote Bag - with Island Batik and AccuQuilt

This month, Island Batik ambassadors are celebrating Christmas in July with a project sponsored by industry partner, AccuQuilt . AccuQuilt ...
Freeform Rainbow Cushion #2

Freeform Rainbow Cushion #2

When you can’t stop at just one rainbow cushion… This one was made with a calmer palette sticking with pink, white, blue and brown.  You can...
Colour challenge/s

Colour challenge/s

Here is my latest micro-mini quilt finish, created for the #microminisal challenge hosted by @berry_birdy. The challenge this week was to us...
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...
A New York Beauty Block

A New York Beauty Block

I’ve always wanted to make a New York Beauty quilt. It’s one of my bucket-list quilts. My other bucket-list quilt is a Double Wedding Ring q...
Kindred Spirits - Braid Table Runner

Kindred Spirits - Braid Table Runner

This week, I finished this braid table runner which was an order for a friend. She contacted me asking if I'd make something to gift her...
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...
Smitten + Purple Positivity

Smitten + Purple Positivity

My Smitten Quilt has come out of hibernation. It's been sitting in my sewing room, waiting patiently for some attention and finally, I&#...
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...
Kawandi #2

Kawandi #2

After a flurry of scrap play and hand stitching over the past few days, I'm happy to share my finished Kawandi # 2.  
Kawandi # 2 (progress)

Kawandi # 2 (progress)

I started a new kawandi style quilt project yesterday. I always love to have a variety of hand work projects on the go. Why concentrate on o...
A Pentagon Flower Garden

A Pentagon Flower Garden

It's been such fun playing with fabric, needle and thread this past week. I really enjoyed every step of creating my 'Pentagon Flowe...
Red Scraps

Red Scraps

It sat down yesterday and made a bunch of scrappy quarter log cabin using fabrics from my red scrap bag. I seem to have a lot of red fabric ...
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...
FNwF May

FNwF May

It was a very busy day in the sewing room on Friday and I feel that I got a lot done, with only mild procrastination.
Custom Cushion for Zoe

Custom Cushion for Zoe

I love making these sweet patchwork cushions, playing around with pretty fabric prints, lace, ribbon, ric-rac.
Sunday Catch-Up

Sunday Catch-Up

It's the 2nd of May 2021. It feels like it was only just Christmas and here we are at almost the middle of the year. Why does it feel li...