Saturday, September 26, 2020



So I'm halfway through the number of blocks I plan to make. Trying to be as random as I can be.

These blocks make me smile.

Sunday, September 20, 2020



Quilting and gardening have quit a few things in common. One of them is trimming. Which I seem to be doing a lot of.

Inside and outside.

At least we had a little rain over the weekend . The garden was thirsty. This azalea flowers like crazy every year. I originally planted five but only one survived. She sure makes up for it.

Sunday, September 13, 2020


The sky yesterday was ludicrously blue. The temps a delightful 23 degC. A perfect day in my book, especially as I managed to finish this.

It measures 42 inches square and is all cotton, including the batting. I just did a loopy meander in the outside border and Katie May inspired the dotty, spotty binding.

I've given this quilt a name - Dandelion Kisses. There is a stylised dandelion print on the border fabric and the crosses are often read as a kiss. 

I particularly like the backing and it managed to hide any wobbly quilting.

So that's another finish from me. I'll be back working on Garden Path soon but I keep leaning towards VTQuilter's Endless Diamonds. Deb has even drafted a pattern for us.

Sunday, September 6, 2020



We've just had a beautiful spring weekend. The warm sunshine was simply too good to waste so some outdoor time was to be had.

I still managed to spend some time at the machine working on this.

Hopefully you found time to do something enjoyable over the weekend.