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Carla's cushion

Carla of Granny Maud’s Girl has designed the most gorgeous cushion.

I was so pleased to be asked to test the pattern for her, and I’ve found it easy to follow; it answers questions before you need to ask them, and it’s versatile enough to work with fabrics of all kinds. 218 more words

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My first pattern: ‘Scrappy Cushion’

A year ago, I picked up a length of bright blue pompom trim that a local guild member was destashing. The trim was the starting point for this bright and scrappy cushion, which I English paper pieced. 342 more words

Quilting

PRODUCTIVE TIMES ON A CRISP COLD DAY

Hello my lovelies. I hope you’ve all been enjoying winter. Isn’t it cold brrrr!!! Mind you, if you live in Australia, you won’t be suffering from freezing temperature and snow. 489 more words

Quilt Making

Granny's Tea Garden Coaster

Having finished The Quilt of Errors, I wanted to prove to myself that I could improve!  I also had a yen to sew a patchwork piece using fabrics of my own choice (the Quilt of Errors was made using donated fabric).  376 more words

Needles'n'Pins'n'Things

Lucy Tuesdays week 30

We hope you’ve been following along…if you are just popping in…this is week 30 of Lucy Tuesdays…

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Lucy Boston stitched the lovely Patchwork of the Crosses in the late 1950’s.  245 more words

Quilting

Cathy Marie's Slow Sunday Stitching #2

With winter on full blast there have been lots of TV nights this week with slow stitching. I really enjoy snuggling under a quilt with a hot cup of chocolate and my handwork during these cold months. 329 more words

Rainbow Scrap Challenge

A Birthday Project: Weeks 13 and 14

I’ve now spent more than three months making a hexagon a day — it’s been both a challenge and a joy! As part as celebrating a year in my life, I’m making a hexagon to describe each day! 361 more words

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