This month I worked on quilted pillows made with a combination of Kitenge fabric and solids. Kitenge is a fabric popular among places in East-Africa and thus also Kenya where I live now. In the picture, you see three of them. More information about how to make them and the patterns I used will follow in a post later this month.
In this article, I’ll show you the projects I’ve worked on this October and I’ll tell you a bit about what’s going on in my life in Kenya. I got a lot of new Kenyan fabric, so the two things are related. Last month I published two posts, one monthly sewing update and an article about finding materials for quilting and embroidery in an environmentally friendly way.
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This month I finished my 100th Dear Jane quilt block! Also, I put my Kenyan quilt together, finished the literature draft of my thesis, wrote
Hello everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful creative month. This month I worked on so many quilts. I am tidying and clearing out