Christmas Cushions
December 2014

Place mats
December 2014

Circular Christmas Table Centre
November 2014.
Around the edge embroideries of the twelve days of Christmas alternate with a matching Christmas theme design (see detail). There are 24 sections, so this is an icoskaitetragon (I think).

Ladies dancing and Lords a leaping

Ladies dancing and Lords a leaping



Christmas cushion
October 2014

Applique owl cushion
August 2014
Owl cushion

Quilt for yellow room

July 2014



Quit for double bed finished
February 2014

Completed 14-2-2014

Completed 14-2-2014

Completed 14-2-2014

Completed 14-2-2014

Twelve days of Christmas
December 2013
A version also given to Roxane. Table centre:

September 2013
Produced a pair in black for A & S as a wedding gift. I think I preferred their verion.

Block of the Month
21st Feb 2013
I am attending “Block of the month” days at Bedford Sewing and Knitting (BSK). Today was my first session. The aim is to produce a quilt at the end of the year but also to extend my repertoire on my own machine.
Here is a picture of my first block, which includes applique. Pink to match the front bedroom:
Block 1 Feb 2013

Christmas table runner
Runner 2

Runner 1

Claire’s and Will’s wedding present


Door Bumper

June 2012

Image to come

Quilted Bread Basket

June 2012

My first Quilted Bread Basket made for R

Christmas Sacks for R and J

Jan 2012 – Image to come.

Table Centre

Dec 2011

First quilt for R
R's QuiltR's Quilt 2R's Quilt 3
Then their was Amy’s Christmas sack
Amy's sack 1Amy's Sack 2
And then there was B’s table centre
Table centre for B - cubes in and out

November 27th
Working on a present for Amy.

Feb 14th 2011
Making progress on the quilt for R’s bed. 21 squares complete, just 35 to go (at least for starters). Then they all need to be joined together.
Picture of some of the basic squares:
Squares for quilting

Jan 2011
Patchwork cushions with applique for R’s living room.

Nov 2010
Quilted cushions for bedroom.

May 2010
Made cross stitch celtic knot initials for some of the team by way of a retirement present:


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