I recently had a busy afternoon making an appliquéd hexagon cushion at work. The yellow ombré works perfectly against a slate grey background (pictures to follow). The photograph above shows the English paper pieced hexagons in progress. As they were
It’s many years since I made a quilt, although I used to be quite prolific. I’m not really sure when patchwork and quilting fell out of favour for me, but at some point I definitely started knitting and spinning more.
I love David Shrigley‘s work. I first came across it in an exhibition in Prague while I was there on a wonderful university field trip a number of years ago. I had forgotten that he had been commissioned to produce
This past week I noticed that The Littlest Babbidge’s preschool hat was getting a little short over the ears. Despite some desperate protests that her hat was fine, she finally told me that she would wear a new one but
There is little more gratifying than putting on a newly finished jumper, wearing it out and having someone complement you, is there? This is my Mum in a brand new Goodale cardigan by Cecily Glowick McDonald, proving the point. Well,