Friday, February 3, 2012


Two different projects by two different people but don't they look good together.
 Here's a close-up of that groovy elephant.
 Some of the work done at Hobbysew Belconnen last weekend. A bit confusing with my quilt as the background but you get the idea. Lots of fun and interesting fabric choices.
 A beautiful William Morris compass.
 The rogues gallery! Well done everyone.
 These two pics were sent to me by Annemarie who started them in a class with me at Berrima.
Both look fantastic and will be on display at the Southern Highlands quilt show at Mittagong RSL on 18/19 February.

 I have been working on this for approx. 2 years - my Tuesday night handwork. Finally quilted it over the xmas break. It is my version of  the Garfield-Arthur Bandanna quilt @ 1880 and it was a real scrap-buster. Looks a bit wonky in the pic but it's ok in the flesh.
Entry forms arrived today for the Sydney Quilt Show in June. Yikes!! Better get myself organised and enter something.
I guess you've noticed I have an on-line shop at Sellers often make a treasury of things they like on the site - a collection with a theme and two sellers have used my patterns recently in their treasury. Have a look here and here - how cool is that. Thanks guys for the exposure.


  1. Round and round and round they go, lots of wonderful compasses!! I love your Bandanna Quilt!! Cant wait to see which quilts you enter in this years show.

  2. adore the blue quilt...........well worth the effort.........