Starflower Quilt

This beautiful quilt top uses the 8 point star or the Starflower quilt block which is similar to the Le Moyne star block but not the same; the latter is made up of diamonds while the former uses HSTs. My friend wanted a baby quilt and sent me this picture as a guide. I have... Continue Reading →

Drawstring Bag

My friend bought a new sewing machine and I decided writing an easy tutorial for her so she can start her sewing journey. Here is the drawstring bag : Required materials: top fabric- Two 8.5" square (blue polka dots) lining fabric- Two 8.5" square (red polka dots) lining fabric - two, 2.5 X 8.5" strips... Continue Reading →

Quilters meet- Mumbai

The first Local Quilters Meet in 2019 was scheduled today (15th June 2019) at Saira Sumar's place. She was the perfect, gracious host-- welcoming thirty of us into her house as the first pre-monsoon showers hit Mumbai and the clouds took over. We started the session with 'meet and greet' so all new quilters get... Continue Reading →

Purple-Delight-Quilt-Along 2

So my first Log cabin block is ready and its HUGE to say the least...a 20" block. When I first saw it grow from 10" to 12" to 16" to 20"....I wasn't sure it would lie flat but it did and am glad that the next few are already under the needle. But it isn't... Continue Reading →

Charm Square quilt

This quilt started in December last year. The Quilt top was done as part of a pair, where I wanted to test how Indian fabric squares behaved as against designer charm square packs from the United States. Post that, the two quilt tops languished in my the WIP file for 6 mnths until I brought... Continue Reading →

April quilt meet-Mumbai

It was the 1st of April and we quilters in Mumbai decided to meet up. No April fools day but yes a lot of fooling around. Here you see a picture of the entire group, sans me...I am the official photographer as I jokingly put it 😉 I am there of course, just behind the... Continue Reading →

Dizzy Daisy Quilt

When I saw the Dizzy Daisy tutorial by the Missouri Star Quilt Company I leapt up with joy. It looked so beautiful and so easy, a perfect project far a spring break. This is also a time when my dad-in-law's birthday is around the corner so it would make a good quilt for my in-laws.... Continue Reading →

Herringbone quilt

Recently I bought a layer cake in Indian fabric. The idea was to make a herringbone quilt that I had seen on the MSQC Youtube page and looked pretty quick and easy when she made it. So I thought of giving it a go! Happy that the quilt is made up of HSTs and happier... Continue Reading →

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