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Festival of Quilts

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Just back from the Festival of Quilts which has been such a positive and lovely event, I think I will be back to earth with a bump today. If you came to visit my stand, then I must say a very big thank you to all of you for making it a truly inspiring experience to have met so many positive, friendly and passsionate people. I hope you will all keep coming back to my blog and stay in touch.

A few of the highlights for me were the other graduates who were exhibiting, as they all start to get blogs and websites, I will be adding links to my blog page so you can see their work too. My neighbour Liz Turton who had amazing knitted and woven fabrics, I hope will become a good friend and we are hoping to do some collaborative work in the future. Other graduates included Tracey Tubb (http://www.traceytubb.wordpress.com/), and Naomi Cotrufo, who had some beautiful embroidery work.

I was also lucky enough to have a visit from Claire Benn and Leslie Morgan from Committed to Cloth (http://www.commit…

Do some work!

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Well - I should have been doing some work to get ready for the quilt festival - I need to get some new postcards printed as they all disappeared at New Designers, but instead I have been nosing about at other blogs. So many amazing things to see, but really zaps my time, howeverI have added to the list of blogs I like - so have a look - there are some lovely images and inspiration.


Thoughts on new postcards - which image do we like best


Need a Holiday

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Looking through old photos and finding these of Flamborough on the east coast where my nana has a static caravan.



I really love going there, wish I was there now! Andrew was taking odd pictures of us walking along last time, looking back I really like how he captured it.



Final Work

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Spent the last two days frantically finishing of my work for the Needle Forge Mill Competition and just run off to the post office with it. I hope it is handled with care. I have wrapped it up so much I fear they won't be able to open it at the other end.

Below is a sample from my main piece