Last year I worked on an EPP quilt design for a commission and thought I'd share the design and how I do English paper piecing. I do love hand stitching, find it very therapeutic after a long day at work. So here's the pattern to make a baby size quilt: For my quilt I used 1… Continue reading #hexydiamondquilt
I have finally found the energy to bind my shimmering single girl quilt and now the hand stitching begins. I will be super cosy on the cold nights stitching away! The best tutorial I have found for binding is by Missouri Star Quilt Company over on you tube - Jenny is a quilting wonder! So… Continue reading quilt binding
My very first patchworking project was as a child at school and have made many projects using the epp method, from tiny hexagons to giant and lots of other shapes in between. I have shared my love for quilting with friends and as a help thought I'd post a tutorial on how I epp. There… Continue reading English paper piecing | a tutorial
I've finished the commission and I'm going to get back to my little list of things I want to sew for me. There is a little pile of fabric that I ordered while I stitched and can't wait to start. I did want to share the best quilt binding technique - well its works brilliantly… Continue reading quilt binding
Found this fabulous tutorial for a snow globe Christmas cake!
The centre of my Orange Peel quilt is made, I've used 6.5 inch squares with the 'peels' appliqued on with the help of Bonderweb and a running stitch 1/4 inch seam allowance. This quilt has been totally inspired by Button-Button's orange peel quilt that she brought to show at the London Modern Quilt Guild, also… Continue reading Orange Peel quilt
My Mother fell in love with a Kimono she saw when she was staying with me last week. It had lace trim, simple loose style and she thought pom poms would be more fun. Ma picked the fabric, no idea who's it is as I cut the selvedge off, from Rowan in JL sale. If… Continue reading Pom Pom Kimono