Sunday 24 January 2021

Hello, I'm back in blogland after moving house and my quilting workshop twice within 12 months, along with quilting for customers that was a lot of hard work. I have spaces for a few customer quilts in February but I'll only be doing digitised quilting designs for the time being. That is edge to edge quilting using pantographs that flow over your pieced tops no matter which pattern you have used for your piecing. 

I've just updated my Facebook Business page and my Website with my new contact details, so if you really need me that's where you'll find me.

Just to feed your appetite's here's a random selection of photos from my files.

Monday 7 September 2020

Just like an Art Gallery

How great to have your own “in house art gallery!” Some of these quilts have been on show or won prizes in far away destinations like 
Manchester, New Hampshire
USA Paducah, Kentucky
USA Portland, Oregon, USA 
Birmingham, England, UK 
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK 
Oaks, Pennsylvania, USA 
Santa Clara, California, USA 
Palm Beach, Florida, USA 
The larger quilts look equally fantastic gracing the walls of my home... 

Move number one along with renovations.... ✔️ 

 More information can be found on my blog and website...


Sunday 29 September 2019


Val brought me this gorgeous Oakhampton quilt, it's beautiful fabrics and colours just talk to me, grey, peach and teal blue with a cream background...
It's a Somerset Patchwork pattern by Karen Styles. 
All freemotion hand guided with a double wadding and a combination of cream, grey, khaki sand and invisible threads...
I love the way it turned out and so did Val....

A Fusion of Quilts

A lovely feminine quilt from Lynda, a layer cake design quilt in lovely soft tones, quilted with a design named Picturesque.

Ishbel is a very good customer who pieces in a wide variety of styles and colours, this one is modern in design, I like it and quilted it with a modern type of digitised pattern named 'hot stuff', I love the texture....

 Ishbel's second quilt is a maple leaf design pieced with Stonehenge Gradations fabrics. I quilted it with a digitised design by Darlene Epp named Trillium.

Margaret pieced this Jelly Roll Race type quilt from her stash for a wedding gift, I quilted it with a design named surf.

Alison brought three quilts but I only seem to have photos of these two, the first looks like a sliced layer cakes design and is quilted with crystal maze, the second is lovely pale pinks and lemons, a simple, feminine traditionally pieced design quilted with  a tisket a tasket.'