2016 Sunday Stash #27

These are not new. Although they look branch new, they were gifted to me by my mom last November when we were on a family holiday in Connoor and Ooty. I totally loved the pair of scissors and promptly started using it. But had almost forgotten the rest of the goodies.Today when she is coming... Continue Reading →

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2016 Sunday Stash #17

This is why I love quilt meets and workshops. Look at the lovely goodies my friends gave me: designer fabric, lovely Indian prints in pink and peach and cut strips for a tote! That wasn't all; this is a tote gifted to me by my friend and Tote Guru, Kausalya at whose Studio KaPa we... Continue Reading →

Black-White and yellow: A Modern Quilt

Quilt dimension: 40"X50" Binding: 2" double binding Fabric: printed fabric sent by a quilting friend , yellow and white from the stash, hand dyed binding fabric Purpose: Gift for sis' friend who recently had a baby girl The quilt top was complete a long time back and was waiting in my cupboard to be quilted... Continue Reading →

Chevron quilt top

This quilt top is modeled after the Mod Chevron baby Quilt by Rashida Coleman Hale. Keeping to the tradition of adding a little 'me' into everything I do, the quilt top has been made using a layer cake of 10x10" pieces. So each quilt block is achieved by joining the HSTs and measures around 9.5"... Continue Reading →

A quilt for my sister

A proud moment when I finally completed my quilt and gifted it to my sister, 2 days after her birthday and a year+a month after her first anniversary 🙂 A quilt was scheduled for her wedding but I never could muster enough courage to attempt a large quilt.This is the first full-size quilt that I... Continue Reading →

A hand quilted bag

Last evening a friend, Kausalya made a wonderful pouch with ribbon embroidery. I absolutely loved the pouch she made and on being appreciated she set me up for a healthy challenge: If I made a bag in a day then the pouch would be mine 🙂 I pounced at the opportunity but what could I... Continue Reading →

A set of colourful winter coasters

Why do I call them winter coasters? Because, they are made of wool...summers are so hot here, I would possibly faint at the mention of wool 🙂 I will be undertaking the daunting task of starting an afghan, a real full sized afghan.This is the first time I am attempting a large crochet project. And,... Continue Reading →

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