WIP Weekly Update | #3

Okay. Confession time. I haven’t done as much as I had hoped for this past week on the Rail Fence Quilt. I did do a few more lines of quilting here and there over the days but not to the point where it’s worthy for a WIP photo opportunity… In the moments after I finished […]

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Here We Go Again…

…And off I go again, making some more mini Double Wrench blocks on this glorious Spring morning! If I didn’t think making 42 mini blocks was enough, I finally made my mind up to add another 14 blocks to the mix; totalling the block count to a grand total of 56! (That’s a whole lotta […]

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Manic for Mini Quilt Blocks!

A few weeks ago, I had a hankering to immerse myself into making some traditional blocks. So I whipped out my 130 Mini Quilt Blocks book by Susan Briscoe and found the Double Wrench block hiding in the Country Classics chapter. Bingo! ‘That’s the one I want to do!’, I whispered to myself. I plan […]

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A Summer Zig-Zag Quilt

So a few months ago, I started a new quilting project – my Zig-Zag quilt, with colours inspired by Summer. Well, after being purposely left folded in some dark dingy corner of my sewing room as well as being unfairly subjected to my procrastinating ways, it’s finished!! Yaaay! Although testing the limit of mine and […]

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Here’s to a Summer We Never Had!

One of the best feelings in the world for a quilter is the spark of excitement you get when starting a new quilt! It’s all about that instant thrill and buzz you get when finding the right pattern, mixing and matching the right colours and prints and then beginning! The first cut into the fabric, the […]

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