I have had 2 lovely parcels arrive recently and they are far too beautiful not to share.
The log cabin quilt tops have been made especially for the cause by Rita in Belfast. It's funny, Log Cabin is one of the quilts that originally "got me in" and i have made one for my Dad, but never for me, after seeing these beauties it has definitely gone back high on the list!!
The multitude of new blocks have and post and rail top have come from Sharon T in WA and the Pieceables Guild in Lynden, WA.
Lise, the girls and myself will put these to good use. Thank You.
It is 100 days since the fires, and many people are still living in temporary accommodation with little space for extras. It wont matter that their quilts aren't all there yet, just that they arrive in time...as some already have.
Kerrin, from our quilt group, has finished 2 tops -here's the one I remembered to photograph.
Made from someone's orphan quilt for a cure blocks. Thanks Kerrin.
In regard to photos. If you like my photos I am flattered. Feel totally free to right hand click and save for later viewing. You may even like to drop me a line and tell me what you like, I love that. If however, you are going to tell the world this is your work or utilize my photos for a less than noble purpose, then please remember you have only been given one soul...and you should look after it wisely. Tracey Tutorials: I have occasionally given a few of these, they include: 1.Log cabin chooks 2.Using shirring elastic in clothes 3.Houndstooth check blocks-(progress photos and tutorial). 4. My free pieced roses. Drop me an email/link with a picture if you try these, I like to see people's interpretation.