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.
There are many alternative ways to get supplies for quilting or embroidery. In this articleI will tell you about four of them: 1. Befriend a tailor or dressmaker. 2. Second-hand stores. 3. Give away groups. 4. Old clothes and other leftover materials.
This piece is originally made for a contest on Deviantart. The challenge of the contest was to only use one colour in a piece. Different
I’ve been called nomadic by several people. It is true that I don’t associate home with a specific location, but rather with a place where
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
I’m back! But back where is the question I keep asking myself. I’ve been around so many places and started and stopped many things the