Don't you just want this! From the Sept issue of Country Homes and Interiors a lovely English magazine. It's paper stuck onto the cupboard - too clever.
Below is Heather's version of our Springwood Community Quilt Show raffle quilt for next year.
It's a reinterpretation of an English quilt made c.1840 by Grace Slater.
Heather's done a beautiful job and patterns will be available for our quilt at next years show - last weekend in April.
Jane's also excelled with her Mariners Madness quilt. Made for a friend using her mother's fabrics, mostly African. Stunning isn't it.
I surprised myself this week by making this from a tutorial on Linda's blog via Edith's in Switzerland.
I'm not a bag/purse person but this looked so cute and Linda's tute explained all the steps so easily.
Took me maybe 1 1/2 hrs and I had all the bits on the shelf. Have a go - they'd make great gifts and someone said there's only 10 more Saturdays til Xmas!!
Further to the classroom birth at Dorrigo - here are the darlings two weeks later. Too cute.
I'm off to RedBerry Quilters in Berry for a show-and-tell on Friday 25th October if you're down that way and I'm doing a two day workshop for the NSW Quilters Guild at Epping on my Lots of Dots quilt Tues 29th and Wed 30th of October. I know they have a few places left if you're interested - call the Guild now for all the info and you don't have to be a member to attend.
Finally here's a link to an exhibition of Star quilts at the Texas Quilt Museum. Great eye candy.