Learning-to-be-a-quilter, mother and full-time academic, using sewing as an evening and weekend antidote to too much juggling. Living in Geneva, Switzerland. Spending a year of research leave in Tuscany, Italy, in our family home.
The Red Quilt, English paper pieced middle, as a travelling project. 2015.
The Onion Quilt, pieced by JJ, binding put on kindly by Ms L. 2014.
Japanese squares, pieced by JJ, binding sewn on by Ms L. 2014.
Baby quilt for a lovely colleague’s new baby.
For one of my lovely doctoral students!
A baby quilt to match the parents one (scroll down to find it!)
Group quilt for Ms E, put together by JJ, patches from six lovely ladies.
Made from my beloved, and terribly dead, father. Good grieving therapy!
Life in pink, again
Bits from a left-over charm pack, and then some of Mr A’s favourite car and city material, and white from a sheet. The back is the ever-useful IKEA duvet cover, red and white stripey.
Spot the fingers… It’s a bit under 2.6 meters long, and about 1.8 wide (just a touch too little, in retrospect)
Spying the I Spy parts of it…
Pink and red improv
Pretty in pinky colours
Pumpking added for scale
Yes, it’s taped to the window…