Have you seen the January issue of Homespun? I finally found one today in the newsagent and I'm on the cover! What a beautiful rendition of my 30s Wheel quilt featured in the mag.
Foundation pieced rings of vintage style fabrics with embroidered linen centres.
These were cut from old doilies and a tablecloth from my rather large collection.
With just a few hexagons for good luck.
There's also a bio of me written so long ago I'd forgotten what I said but it makes me sound like a real quilter!
And that's not all - this is Hobbysew's ad for their new BOM designed by me. Featuring their Aboriginal range plus blenders, it's an exercise in different techniques and comes together for a double bed-sized quilt.
I made this over 12 months ago (actually I made four of them for other Hobbysew stores!) and it's great to see it finally released. Sign up now - I guarantee you'll love it.
But wait there's more. In this same issue is a hexagon project from my good friend Janelle Noack.
Janelle and I will be teaching together in Cooma in February - can't wait to catch up with her.
So it's a great issue all round - grab it while you can!
And don't forget the 10% off sale in my etsy store for all of January.