Friday, 6 February 2015


I'm really looking forward to this year wanting to get out there and share my knowledge and love of sewing. Everything has settled down after the usual momentous events of the Christmas and New Year period. I've been working frantically at several projects to prepare for my QAYG class coming up at the Tomaree Community College (Nelson Bay). I'll also offer some of these projects as workshops too. Here's a sample......

Everyone needs a ruler and block carrier.

Inside the carrier - even a place for the rotary cutter.

There are so many options to make small items ideal for gift giving or filling your market stall that don't take much time, but they'll always have your individual stamp on them.

Journal, Diary or book cover

A citrus inspired table runner

The full length

Cushions are quick and fun to make

Placemats - always handy, even for placing under
 the sewing machine for less noise and vibration.

Baby quits are always handy, especially if they're two sided.

These zebras were so cute I had to make a bigger one.

You've seen this one before, and it too,
is double sided.
There are several different techniques I'll be covering and some of them have slight variations to be able to adapt the technique to different quilt designs.  

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