1. Passionflower Quilt started 2011
Initial drawings from real life and simplifying into a flower that is easier to sew. I have several sketch books full of designs - if only I had the time.
Figuring out the blocks and size of pieces
Cant vouch for the accuracy of the measurements I would have written out the pattern and checked it more precisely
2. Hexagon crotchet blanket.
Commenced shortly after I started blogging after reading Attic 24. I hadn't actually crotchet for many years but was compelled to give it a go. I just love Lucy's use of colour in her crotched items. My blanket is gradually growing, my son whom is quite tall wants to be able to stretch his legs and sit on the couch covered by this blanket , so I'll still have a few rows to go.
3. Baby's Cot quilt with 3 tumbling bears.
Hold my head in shame I have had this tucked away in the UFO pile for 7 or more years despite many babies being born. I think I can never be bothered to finish it because I mad a mistake in cutting the background to the bear block, cutting it too small. I've done a repair job by putting small blocks either side but having made this quilt several times before I don't like the finished edging. The faces also need to be completed