Category: Sewvivor

My creativity process under pressure

Sewwvivor has come and gone for me. What an amazing ride this crazy adventure has been! I knew I would have to write this post eventually and I have sat down several times to do so, only to be easily distracted by something else. But the time has come where I can procrastinate no longer. […]

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A modern hexagon quilt

In some ways it feels like many months  have passed since we started on this crazy ride. There has been so much quilting crammed into the last few weeks and I can’t quite believe this little Aussie bird is still in the competition! Thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart, for your […]

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The washi bag

Top ten! I can hardly believe it. It’s been an amazing ride so far, my fellow contestants are so amazing, not only creatively, but their support, friendship and laughs have made this whole thing something so much more than a competition. You can vote for the washi bag at the Family Ever After blog here. The Washi bag pattern is […]

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Iceberg, a nautical inspired quilt

I can FINALLY reveal my nautical inspired challenge project; it’s been so hard to keep it a secret! You can vote for me on the Family Ever After blog here (please do and I will love you forever). You can never cross the ocean, unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore […]

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Modern Medallion quilt

Auditioning for Sew-vivor

Deep breath. I have decided to enter into Sew-vivor This year is a quilter’s edition and as a quilter, I am thinking this will be challenging, hectic and a heap  of fun. I am always looking for ways to stretch myself and I really believe this will be a a great way. I have lots of […]

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