Monthly Archives: June 2012

Little people sewing

The children go to a school we adore, and do the sweetest things. Mr A  (3) has recently developed a passion for ‘sewing’ and came home last week with a large pile of these: This seems like the perfect result … Continue reading

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The world is now orange

“La terre est bleue comme une orange” — who said that? Paul Eluard, I think. Certainly today, my world is not as blue as an orange, but just plain orange, in various shades. I started this quilt to blend in … Continue reading

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Sneak peak of orangey squares

Bad quality photo, but a fun project from scraps for a dear colleague. I think this is just a tad tooooo busy. Might it be improved with a white border? And then some more colour round the edges? Hopeless photo … Continue reading

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Quilt shop closing

Bad news for quilters in the Geneva area: the Manoir aux Tissus, the only decent and friendly quilt shop in Nyon is closing down in September. There is now one other quilt shop left around here, also in Nyon, but … Continue reading

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Small projects back in full view

This blog is back in public view, after its little hiatus when I limited it to about 5 people. I had become shy, and worried about my professional life clashing with my leisure pursuits. Did it send an odd message, … Continue reading

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