Putting up a quilt for a few weeks in The Sound Lounge Sutton. It’s so hot today there no need for steaming!Read more
Treasure – April 22
A trip to watch Dick’s team AFC Wimbledon at Fleetwood, an overnight stay by the seaside and a treasure hunt on Sunday morning. Treasure from The Textile Society’s Manchester Antique and Vintage Fair.Read more
Making again – March 22
I love pinnies. This is my latest.Read more
No intervention – Apr/May 22
These pavement assemblages are exactly as I found them. Quite wonderful.Read more
Winter Workshop. Dec 21.
I try and not let the short winter days get me down. In fact it can be quite cosy in the workshop. The ‘security grills’ !! A constant ever changing pattern for a quilt.Read more
Baby Quilts! September 2021.
I’m working on a series of baby quilts and find it really useful to hang them around our house and get a feel for how they respond to the environment and how the rooms respond to them.Read more
Thinking about Kolkata
Been visiting Mum this week so not much going on in the workshop! So here’s a glimpse of the time I spent teaching with dye in Kolkata. Wondeful people, wonderful school, wonderful time. So lovely to have been able to share something I love doing so much with these children.Read more
The Festival of Quilts. July 21.
Just a bit pleased. My miniature quilt ‘Cheyenne to Buffalo’ is a winner at the Festival of Quilts at the NEC, Birmingham. The Quilt was inspired by my travels in the mid west USA and the catalogue of the exhibition’ Red & White Quilts Infinite Variety’ presented by the American Folk Art Museum, written by…Read more
Hanging a new quilt. July 2021
Very pleased to have displayed another quilt at the Sound Lounge. Dick took these picture while we were hanging it. You can rest easy the next step but not photographed was me giving it a once over with the steamer!Read more
Live streaming during lockdown. April 2021
During lockdown my husband played over 30 live hour long gigs ‘Lockdown Lunchtime Live’ on facebook. My quilts were a very popular and appropriate backdrop to his Americana and South London Folk themes.Read more