Making this quilt was a labour of love for several reasons. I work for The Quilters’ Guild as a Director of their commercial company and our role is to find ways to show off everything that’s great about the Guild to as many people as possible. The Red Manor House Block of the Month was… Continue reading The Red Manor House Quilt
I was a quilter before I was a patchworker. The beautiful repeating nature of intricate patterns, the beguiling texture, the implied perseverance and diligence, the combination of delicate tiny stitches creating a strength to last generations. Everything about quilting fascinated me. My journey into patchwork and quilting was atypical. I bought a vintage quilt top… Continue reading The Misses Barron Quilt – Part 1.
You know how some quilts are a joy to make and they just kind of make themselves and you have nothing but fond memories of the making of them and feel a little bit sad when you finish? Well - full disclosure - that was not this quilt! This quilt was a struggle to piece… Continue reading 1982 Modern Quilt