The Quilting Frame by Kasha Lunt. I'm passionate about hand quilting (hear me discuss this topic in the Haptic and Hue podcast and on the Quiltfolk Show & Tell this autumn 2021). In a world where patchwork usually takes top billing, I always like to sing the creative and aesthetic praises of quilting. The idea… Continue reading The Antique Quilt Frame Chronicles – A New Beginning.
I'm missing my girl. She went off to university for the first time last week but before she went we spent the last few weekends working on this coat, or as I'm calling it, a talismanic maternal shield! This was a last minute commission so we shopped the stash at home, making up a simple… Continue reading A Quilt Coat of Many Colours for My Girl
Quilt historians have postulated that the graphic modern shapes and rich woollen colours of antique Welsh quilts are the origin for the much vaunted modernist quilts that went on to be made by the American Amish. Certainly, non-conformist religious migrant communities are documented as having stopped off in South Wales to restock ships as they… Continue reading Deconstructed Welsh Quilt