Found upon entering the lounge this morning.
Here is my quilt web site 'A little bit of nice'. It is a place to shop for quilts and a few other bits and pieces, and is also home of my memory quilt service.
Last week we had a little trip away to one of our favourite places to stay, Odle Farm in Devon.
For the past three years I have been very honoured to help a lovely plants woman called Mrs Roberts tend to her amazing garden, a very private lady with brilliant tales to tell.
If you go down to Cardinham woods near Bodmin in Cornwall here is what you will find.
Welcome to St Ives where the streets are vertical.
I was very lucky to receive one of Kirsty Elson's driftwood houses for my birthday.
Who can resist a good quilt shop? The only problem is choosing materials from the huge choice. This quilt shop is in the lovely town of Lewes in East Sussex, it's called The Patchwork Dog and Basket and is located in the Needlemakerswhich is full of lovely things, if you visit Lewes be sure to head straight for it.
I was recently asked to make two quilts made from the clothes of a very lovely, fun looking Gran called Joan, who sadly passed away just before Christmas 2013.
Merchant and Mills is an amazing haberdashers in Rye East Sussex, I am looking forward to visiting their shop in March.So here is a taster of the shop until I can report back on my findings. Worth a visit I think you'll agree even if you are not a sewer.
Happy Valentines day everyone.
Just a quick blog today to let you see my poster that I had framed this week.
I apologise for the lack of blogs since Christmas, life has just got in the way I'm afraid.
I hope to make up for this starting from now, with our last 6 day excuse for not blogging.
Here are some reasons why a week away straight after christmas is a good idea.
You have time for long lovely breakfasts.
One of the things I achieved in December was making four memory quilts for a lovely lady called Bridget, her two children called Macy and Jack, and Bridget's sister in law Mich.