Ever wanted to paint corbels to look like old mossy stone? Try copying this look. Even up close they look like stone.
See how so many concepts in The Design Master Plan by Fiona Schiffl are used in creating a whole-cloth quilt. This book saves the world from a global chocolate shortage.
To keep the dust off the Bernina 880+, I made a cover that sits on top of the custom built table.
With all the real estate on top of the Bernina 880+, it was begging for a caddy to hold the thread snips and a built in pin cushion. It turned out perfectly!
When your Mum wants a design for her new table, you can’t say no. This unique table is going to be a conversation piece for years to come. Even better I’ll get paid in hugs and kisses and compliments!
If you’re interested in a woodland/farmhouse look for your Christmas tree this year, take a look at this…
Four and a half years in the making, 6000+ pieces…and a hidden face! It’s Lake Louise in a quilt.
What can you do with a Cricut and Bernina? Design something wonderful and try NOT to stare at it whilst sewing, of course!
Good morning! If you don’t like the look of plain pegboard, jazz it up. Mine holds my quilting rulers and was looking rather sad so…
If you’ve been wanting to try creating mandalas or a feature block for your quilt, try using the Dagubi lace set Illustrator files* (if you have…