Monthly Archives: February 2015

Pentagons

A break from hexagons to make a gift for a baby. It’s useful to have a mathematician husband who tells you, just as you blindly set off the wrong path, that you cannot make a ball with only hexagons… So … Continue reading

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Onions and squares

I mentioned a few days ago that Ms L so terribly kindly sewed the binding on two quilts that I had finished quilting just before leaving Switzerland last summer (Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!). I had so wanted to … Continue reading

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Spinning card trick mini quilt

Oooh, I actually followed a pattern, all by myself! I know that sounds pathetically boringly normal, but for free-sewing Ms Pragmatic Patchwork, it was unusual. I wanted to try out Ms E’s spinning cards (see my last post) that looked … Continue reading

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Piecing, playing

It looks like the smaller half of the family is coming down with ‘flu, so quickly, quickly, before I have to be full-time Mama Nurse, here is a quick peak of what I have been playing with. My lovely friend … Continue reading

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