I’m going to give a historic quilting workshop at the Weald & Downland Museum in May. Victorian & medieval to try & lots of other sorts to examine. I’m in the brochure & I’m so excited….
The latest Victorian style Weald & Downland Museum quilt.
My own Tumbling Blocks – grown much bigger since this was taken.
And a new skirt…
New skirt (and Gus!)
The fabric is very felt like and I bought it from the Turkish Market in Berlin. I used the same pattern as the patchwork skirt I made in the summer. I love the way it’s cut on the bias.
It was hard to find interesting fabric in Berlin – I should have asked people for tips before I went.
It’s also a bit of a stash bust – the lining came from a bag of fabric given to me by a friend ages ago.
Heading off to the supermarket
Purple coat and pink skirt are me-made, boots from green shoes, denim jacket from charity shop and blouse from car boot sale.
The blouse is lovely but it crumples like a rag after a really short time. I’m thinking of using a bit of spray starch. Or does anyone have a better idea, please?
Happy Weekend! xxx