Category Archives: quilting

GG11 – Granny goes modern


I’ve just given my Granny’s Garden project a modern twist to get it back on the rails…here’s a quick video that shows how I do it. It’s now granny gone mobile – all but the final joining of big blocks … Continue reading

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Dragons in the kitchen (Puppet Oven Mitts…)


What a fun and handy project…watch out or these beauties will eat your dinner… Continue reading

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Next Up…Puppet Mitts!


Yes, I may not have posted for a couple of years but I’m still around. This time I’m back with a fun project…puppet oven mitts to replace our dilapidated old ones that are suffering holes and burns and general decay … Continue reading

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TM5 – Watch this…tent maker teaser


http://youtu.be/cD9qNogLpgk For those who have been waiting for some more tent maker panel info, here’s a start…more coming soon. You’ll have to watch it to know what I mean ;-). Bert PS: If the earlier version is not working for … Continue reading

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QE10 – Where to stop in the Blue Mountains (Weekend Itinerary)


Kath was our wonderful organizer and had been scouting out the best places to stay, stop and shop on our blue mountains trip. Below, with Kath’s permission, is the itinerary for the weekend. So if your friendship or craft or … Continue reading

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QE9 – Quilters’ Escape Southern Highlands Stop


Continuing our quilters escape into the Southern Highlands of NSW…we stopped at The Village Quilt Shop and Berrima Patchwork. I don’t know if we were getting tired but these shops were both more expensive and less helpful and friendly but … Continue reading

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QE8 – Quilters’ Escape Penrith


After staying in Penrith overnight, I snuck out early to meet some local friends. It was a lovely way to start the day with a walk by the Nepean River followed by waffles and coffee for breakfast (sounds very American … Continue reading

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