Thursday, 21 September 2017


After the school run this morning, I have been kitting up fabrics for this Antelope Canyon quilt, with the Texture Graphics range of fabrics. This is a photo of the cover of the pattern. All the fabrics have been cut into wof strips, and you will only need to do the crosscutting.

This is the range of fabrics, for the pattern, and they really are so well named, as they have fantastic texture.

There are several kits worth of fabric in this pile, and I will package them up individually when I get home, and send out the orders I already have. If you are interested in purchasing this kit, I would love to hear from you. I shall be making up one for myself as soon as I can. This pattern has been very popular.

After school today we went to the nearby town of Tanunda for a special treat. The shop was really cool, and set up like an American diner of the 60's era. Even down to playing the music of Elvis!

All is quiet, the boys are in bed, and I will be heading that way soon, ready for another day tomorrow. It was a lovely spring day, and I even went for a walk in the sunshine this morning. I have another range of fabrics all pressed and ready to kit up, and am meeting up with a special friend for lunch. And after school we hope to catch up with Miss Bridie and her mum and dad.

I have a special blog post scheduled for tomorrow, so stay tuned for that too.

Blessings, From Jude


Susan Smith said...

Certainly busy!!!! It was beautiful here yesterday too & we also went for a walk. Love the antelope canyon quilt, but will refrain from doing one as I've something similar I designed in EQ6 a while ago from one of the blocks in their library. I've just started using EQ6 after having it for years, but still love my old Quilt Wizard.
Sorry about the long comment. Enjoy the rest of your family time & take care.

Raylene Edwards said...

Antelope Canyon knows no bounds. Different colour ranges & different placement of blocks is extremely effective. The icecream shop sounds a treatšŸ¦