Monday, September 15, 2014

Around The World Blog Hop



                          


 I was invited by Ailsa from  Cape Pincushion... to participate in the, Around The World Blog Hop. We are asked to answer a few questions and invite blog friends to join in.  Please visit Ailsa at her wonderful blog. Her quilts are modern,bright and beautiful, she loves working with Kaffe Fassett fabric. I am inspired by her work.


Q. What am I working on?
Market Day is in the machine. At the moment I am focusing on quilting as many tops as I can whilst the weather is still cool.





            Market Day- a SAL by Pam Buda of Heartspun Quilts Blog

  
I have just finished The Wish quilt, love the binding - Sweet Liberty. I started this BOM from Red Brolly Designs in 2012 and really enjoyed doing the redwork stitching. Loooove redwork!!

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My scrappy churn dash - I quilted this one mid August

I'm also working on two long term EPP projects - hexagon flowers, I have made 169 todate

and  134 stars ( I need 206) for a quilt I plan on making.

Q Why do I create what I do?
I enjoy creating whether its quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet, hand stitching, particularly redwork - I love it all!!, the process is so satisfyingly therapeutic and relaxing. Always learning with each new project. I love scrap quilts, especially designs with applique, hand stitching, piecing, all in one quilt.. 

Happy Scrappy Spring... designed by Karen at The Painted Quilt
 

Q.How does your creating process work?
Once I have decided on a pattern,  I choose fabric from my stash, then I just get on with it, cutting one block, piecing it, then it goes on the design wall, then on to cutting and piecing the next block and so on.

Q. How does my writing process work?
I keep my post simple. I'm a visual person, I like lots of photos. I load a bunch of photos and write something short and sweet ...like me- haha ..lol

Thank you for visiting my little blog.


Visit some of my favourite blogs -
Beth at Notes.. - she is a wonderful quilter, photographer and adventurer and she does beautiful thread painting.
Astrid at Grandma's Red Needle- she makes lovely tablerunners, mug rugs and quilts, she loves hiking and shares photos taken around her beautiful island home of Mauritius.
Marelize at Stitch by Stitch - she makes lovely quilts and bags and hosts a link party - Anything goes Mondays.

4 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing, this was a wonderful post, and so are your scrappy quilts. Love them.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  2. I love all your quilts! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. wow you have been very busy. Just love all of your quilts.

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