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Monday, 26 March 2018

Gardenhurst in the garden


Yes, really! 
We have had a couple of nice sunny spring days; specially today was really beautiful outside. 
I actually spent about an hour sewing outside, how great was that!
I managed to quilt a whole block of Gardenhurst, while enjoying the sunshine, before it turned chilly.








This morning the latest (May issue !) Landscape magazine arrived in the post.
I wrote about this magazine back in January and you can read it again here .










I quickly "scanned" the pages over breakfast, just long enough to read an article 
about a textile artist Rachel Sumner , who makes wonderful collage pictured from scraps of fabrics.










You can read more about her and her book 
"Stitched Textile, Birds" 
on her website here .

























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6 comments:

  1. Hi Radka wow your quilt is amazing one of the loviest quilts that i have ever seen and hope you enjoy your new magazine xx

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  2. Just gorgeous Radka. Nice you had some stitching time outside. Love the scrappy quilt project too xx

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  3. You have made a wonderful quilt!! Nice with spring days,not here yet.

    Wish you a HAPPY Easter!!
    xx

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  4. Lovely to sit outside Radka. We arrive on Saturday and I see the weather is chilling down again ready for us. Skipped over your bit about the magazine as I am hoping to get my hands on a copy next week and want it to be a surprise! xx

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  5. Congratulations on completing the Gardenhurst quilt. A wonderful achievement. It looks lovely.

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  6. Your quilt is going to look so lovely. Happy quilting!

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