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Tutorial : How to make your own quilting templates

Please note this tutorial calls for a bit of computer design knowhow (or software at least) in order to draw a design and print it to the size you want it, but I’ll briefly go over a couple of options! You could also draw your design with pencil and paper if you wish. I decided […]

Already wishing for the weekend (and a Hank update)

Hank turnsĀ one on Saturday, he’s now on grown-up food and we’ve released him from his “bedroom” pen and let him have the run of the conservatory. Time will tell if this is a terrible idea or not. The time has definitely flown this past 10 months, looking back at photos he was super tiny cute. […]

Trying something new

No not another sewing project! I’ve turned my hand to a bit of article writing instead of always making projects for magazines. I have another in the queue and one being written (albeit incredibly slowly), but on Friday my very first one will be out! I’m a subscriber to Popular Patchwork so I get my […]

I don’t like churn dash blocks!

There, I said it! I’m never one to hide their true feelings about colours (give brown a chance!) or patterns, or prints with too much white in them… I think they look weird and are too strong in (industrial) shape to show a secondary pattern. So I challenged myself to come up with some churn […]

Fat Quarterly Challenge

I’ve seen other people blogging about this so I think it must be safe to do so now! I was sent a bundle of lovely brand new Katherine’s Wheel by Nel Whatmore from Fat Quarterly to make a block with. Here’s my stack… Most people have then sewn this block into something. I must confess […]