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Workshop at Treehouse Textiles
By Irene on April 23, 2014
Follow me I’m very excited to be running a workshop at Treehouse Textiles on Saturday 3 May. We will be focusing on one block from MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE – a block that I had so much fun making. Message..
AQC 2014 and two new patterns!!
By Irene on April 10, 2014
Follow me I will be helping Lenora of Elm Grove at AQC on Friday, Saturday and Sunday – I hope my legs hold out!! We are launching two of my new quilts – Greenacres and Timeless. so come visit and..
32………. and counting……….
By Irene on November 5, 2013
Follow me Warning: This is a photo-filled post so grab a cuppa!! Last weekend I had the great pleasure of teaching in the tiny country town of Bribbaree in New South Wales. You may remember that I went there earlier..
By Irene on October 24, 2013
Follow me I LOVE tins – all sorts of tins……… small ones………large ones……..square….round……. but the tins that score the most points for me are the HINGED tins. I wait for the sales after Christmas where you can snag the BEST..
By Irene on October 22, 2013
Follow me As usually I’ve been busy busy busy – both with meditation and quilting. I spent the weekend of 12-13 October facilitating a meditation weekend at Clandulla. Where’s that you say? Well, I wish I’d asked more questions on..
Quilts in the Barn, September 2013
By Irene on September 29, 2013
Follow me I’ve just got home from spending two days helping out at Quilts in the Barn. And I am so glad that I did. I got to hang out with some fabulous women and spent two nights laughing until..
The Applique Guild of Australia
By Irene on July 25, 2013
Follow me A group of us have decided to launch The Applique Guild of Australia. These include Margaret Mew, Jennifer Murray, Alison Gardner, Mary Hitchens, Janet O’Dell, Margaret Parkinson and myself. Many people do not have the luxury of..
SA Quilt encounter
By Irene on July 16, 2013
Follow me I’ve just come home from being a “tutor” at the SA Quilt Encounter. I taught there two years ago and was invited again this year. Kerryn Brand and her committee did a fantastic job – this being their..