Saturday, 26 July 2014

I see red, I see red, I see red

I went to the beach last week with my good friend and although I was quilting I didn't work on my 6 inch blocks.  Today I thought I had better spend some time on this project.  I had a lot of fun with these two block.  The Wonky Goose Star is made of tiny scraps of fabric that are full of memories so it was a lot of fun to put together.

Just installed sculptures of Godwits which migrate between Foxton Beach of Siberia each year.

On the first day I whipped up this little baby quilt for two colleagues who are due to have a baby soon.  I adapted this pattern at Bloom and Blossom by cutting smaller strips to make better use of the left over pieces I had from an earlier baby quilt. This was the only pattern I could find that didn't involve sewing 1/2 square triangles.

And lastly we decided we needed coffee one day and visited  a cafe where I ordered Banana Cake.  Have you ever had Banana Cake like this? 


  1. lovely red blocks and your baby quilt looks great.
    how clever that you just'whipped' it up. I am sure I would struggle with the directions of the leans. lol

  2. Love the baby quilt. Great fabrics in the red blocks.

  3. Sweet baby quilt. Love the red blocks. YUMMY desert!!!


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