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Rainbow Baby Crystal Lattice – A FREE Pattern Add-on

Rainbow Baby Crystal Lattice – A FREE Pattern Add-on

Do you appreciate a rainbow stack of fabrics? For me it evokes feelings of childhood, harking back to getting a new box of coloured pencils or paints. Remember when you just had to draw rainbows and colour them in, to try out all the different shades? Well there's...

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Streamline your Quilting: AKA how to get more done…

Streamline your Quilting: AKA how to get more done…

We’d all love to have an unlimited amount of time and energy to sew and quilt. That would be a dream of mine! With my busy family life, I have to work around them to fit my sewing time in. When I do get time to sew, I need to make it count. I’m always striving to be...

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Happy New Year with Liberty – January Society

Happy New Year with Liberty – January Society

Welcome to a new year, and a fresh new start! Have you made some sewing plans yet? I have some great plans for this year, and a lot of them include Liberty! Through the holiday and Christmas period, I've continued to work on my Pemberley BOM, and really enjoyed the...

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December Liberty Society – Pemberley Update

December Liberty Society – Pemberley Update

The final Liberty Society for the year from Ava&Neve is hitting your letterboxes, and it's a beautiful array of pretty small florals. My progress on my Pemberley quilt has slowed quite a bit over the last couple of months a lot of other commitments have been...

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Mini Masterpieces Book Hop – The Snowballs Lesson

Mini Masterpieces Book Hop – The Snowballs Lesson

**GIVEAWAY CLOSED ** Welcome to my stop on the Mini Masterpieces book hop, published by Lucky Spool! (Read to the end for a great giveaway!) I was delighted to be invited to join the celebration of this book release, by my IRL Aussie friend Alyce Blyth. This has been...

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October Liberty Society – EPP Hacks for the Lazy Quilter

October Liberty Society – EPP Hacks for the Lazy Quilter

If you're like me, and I know some of you are...you love sewing things by hand, but you don't just love hand piecing for the sake of it. If I can find a quicker way to sew a seam accurately, then I will. I recently realised that the Mrs Bennett blocks that I'm sewing...

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Naughty or Nice Quilting – Which Team Are You On?

Naughty or Nice Quilting – Which Team Are You On?

Why do you quilt the way you do? What are your preferred methods, rituals and processes? We all have assumptions with our sewing knowledge that we often just take for granted. We get so used to the way we do things, that it’s completely normal for us. Sometimes the...

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Tilda Old Rose – The Making of an Heirloom

Tilda Old Rose – The Making of an Heirloom

I was delighted to receive this next collection of Tilda Old Rose a few months ago. This fabric evoked a strangely strong reaction in me. It felt like going back to a long ago forgotten time, where the pace of life was slower, the colours warmer and richer, and...

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September Liberty Society and Pemberley Progress

September Liberty Society and Pemberley Progress

  Welcome to another month of Pemberley progress and your Society chip update. To say I'm in love with this project is an understatement. I might be slightly obsessed and stalking my Liberty stash for ideas for the next block! I never realised how addictive this...

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One Pouch Six Ways – Introducing Queen Bee Fabric

One Pouch Six Ways – Introducing Queen Bee Fabric

How do you feel about bugs? I'm probably the same as the average person...bugs are ok in their own environment, and can even be fascinating in their own way. I like them to stay in the garden or in a photograph and not invade my personal space... But bees, on the...

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