Tuesday, 10 November 2009

How to make my day!

I have received a very exciting message from Annie at Sew Nutty, a fellow Aussie girl, who has just finished her beautiful version of my 'Simply-a-Bloom' quilt. She has used 'American Primer' by Minick & Simpson for Moda.
I think you'll agree, she has done a fantastic job. Congratulations Annie on surviving my tutorial. It is an enormous relief to me that my instructions made sense! And very special to think someone else liked my pattern enough to make it!!
I have set up a Flickr group, Made with Bloom. Please feel free to add your photos to this group if you happen to make things from my tutorials. I would love to see your creations. There is also a Moda Bakeshop group which is a great place to visit for inspiration.
Mum has returned to the farm, but not before she made some significant progress on her table runner.
The pattern and fabric details are on my previous post. She is up to appliquéing the Dresden plates & it is looking beautiful.


  1. I've added a couple of my images to your group...got your message through flickr :o)


  2. The quilt is beautiful, and that table runner, oh my. It's gorgeous.

  3. Oh, how I wish I could sew. Love your blog! I have several of my grandmother's quilts that she made and so treasure them.

  4. Your quilt is absolutely gorgeous in American Primer...as it was in Simple Abundance! And I love the table runner...I must make one too!

  5. Tell your Mum I love her table runner!!! :o) Love the Dresdens!!! :o)

  6. Gorgeous quilt!

    Your mum is making an AMAZING table runner. What a beauty!

  7. Wow, that was quick. Looks amazing, congats to your clever mum.

  8. Annie has done a wonderful job of the quilt, it looks wonderful and so does the table runner, love the fabrics in that.

  9. it's absolutly wonderful !!! (and i don't speak english)
    you are lucky to have a mum like this ....


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