Not as many completed to show this month, hope fully everyone will be recovered from summer busy-ness and caught up for next month! Too many Row by Row shops to visit I think 🙂 I love how different the fishies look!
Only two more blocks to go including this one! The Hook Line and Sinker Block 8 is a nice, easy block that won’t take too much time. Meg is softening us up for Block 9! Not too much colouring or stitching on this one. Here are my notes for Block 8 Once again there are […]
What a great way to enjoy the last weekend of summer-making sunflowers! A fantabulous day in Prescott at We R Quilts with a lovely group of ladies. Here are some of their 3D sunflowers. Now to add the fibre and beads! I am looking forward to seeing what they do with their other sunflowers. Next […]
I am really looking forward to vending and teaching at The Creativ Festival in Toronto, October 24-26! (My first class is actually even before the show opens on Thursday evening, October 23). I will be demonstrating stained glass quilting techniques at the show but my two classes are actually both handwork! I get to go […]
If you want to try this technique, contact me and I will happily send you a PDF file of the drawing! Step one: trace non-reversed drawing on your black background fabric using chalk To do this, tape the black fabric over the drawing leaving an approximately 2” margin all around it. The fabric […]
Here are my Rainbow Trout and Crappie. Hmmmm, maybe fish for dinner?
The fishy blocks are done! Lots less French Knots and X’s this month-Yay! We also get a peek into Meg Hawley’s sense of humour-anyone ever had Crappie? Here are my tips for Block 7: Thought I might revisit placing the fish on your background fabric. Nothing like tracing it, getting ready to trim, and realizing […]
Looking good enough to eat!! These are mine 🙂 And all the fishies…….
What an awesome day yesterday in beautiful Prescott, ON. Spent the day at We R Quilts finishing up some stained glass quilts with a very fun, inspirational group of ladies! Also got to meet some Row by Row shop hoppers from across the border. I am always so excited to see what happens when people […]
I have started hearing from people who have made the Killarney quilt either with me in a class or on their own. As promised, here are a couple to share. I love to celebrate people’s results and hope to keep sharing everyone’s projects as they come in! Take a look: