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Wow! Looking forward to this block for the Honey Pot Beenbut I certainly need to have a careful think about my fabrics! Thanks for the fabulous tutorial
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I can’t wait!!!
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Thank you so much for having me on your blog Marni! This is great work that you are doing promoting quilting for charities. Keep up the awesome work. 🙂
**Love the generous spirit of charity quilting crusaders – thank you for all your hard work and loving efforts! **
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Fabric selection is one of the hardest parts of creating a quilt. Even once you pick out the fabrics you may change your mind as you start seeing the layout.
I recently helped my mother in law choose fabrics for me to make her a bag with, and yes, I had to give her some firm guidelines to help her narrow down her selection, lol! But it worked so much easier to avoid being at the fabric shop for an hour.
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Name: \”Chevron Block\”. I think a chevron quilting would look nice 🙂
Zigzags following the colours (I can picture it in my head)
sweet heart candy quilt
My suggestion is: Barbe à papa (means Candy floss/Cotton Candy in French) Oliphant (Elephant)
Gilly is my fave 🙂 so mini and delightful! I love that S&B Brigade has given us much more regular catch-ups, and it makes me so happy to be able to introduce my oldest friend to other newer ‘acquisitions’ and delight in seeing new friendships forming between other awesome ladies!
Dear Marni, I recently found a fabulous pattern of yours in Patchwork & Stitching Vol 13 No. 9 2012, ..
It is Emilie & Fabouguet. I have not been able to find the Inn-control plus flexible stiffning Or the Inn-spire mouldable stabiliser in Australia. Can you please help?
Thank You in anticipation
Love this site – and how you are all handmade – is a credit to you!
Hi Bren – thanks for the compliment. 🙂
This has all been a passion of mine for years.
You made the kitty and squeak cushions as featured in Handmade magazine Volume 32 number 4. I have a 3 year old daughter who is obsesses with cats and I would love to make the kitty cushion for her. Do you have any of the black/grey cat fabric that you used, in stock?
Post-midday person! I can’t eat anything til midday either and food is the last thing I am thinking of at 7 in the morning. x
French knots please Marni! x
Hahaha, “procrasti-sewing”. My equivalent is “procrasti-knitting” 🙂 At the moment I’m working on every other project I have to procrasti-knit crocheting that bloody Bear suit! I *do* want to finish it… it’s structurally interesting, but there’s no colour! All brown & black! Boring…
Frankie and Bridey! Yay! Can’t wait to meet them! 🙂
Had a good cuddle with Frankie on Saturday. He’s so cute!!
Love any shop that sells quilting fabric.
Gorgeous fabrics for a baby quilt. Make a great project!
Have fun fishing with Ray, enjoy your break.