To whoever wanted to know how many birds I was making the answer is: I have no idea, nor do I care. When the design wall gets close to ful...

To whoever wanted to know how many birds I was making the answer is: I have no idea, nor do I care. When the design wall gets close to ful...

I started my Autumn Feathers quilt this week. I think I might need one for every season Can't wait to make a Christmas Feathers! #thepatternbasket #pdfquiltpatterns #feathersquiltpattern #showmethemoda

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I started my Autumn Feathers quilt this week. I think I might need one for every season Can't wait to make a Christmas Feathers! #thepatternbasket #pdfquiltpatterns #feathersquiltpattern #showmethemoda

Additional Images of Table Please, Part Two by Nancy Halvorsen - ConnectingThreads.com

Additional Images of Table Please, Part Two by Nancy Halvorsen - ConnectingThreads.com

To whoever wanted to know how many birds I was making the answer is: I have no idea, nor do I care. When the design wall gets close to ful...

To whoever wanted to know how many birds I was making the answer is: I have no idea, nor do I care. When the design wall gets close to ful...

I treasure the old and worn and refashion them into little textile collages in my attic studio in a converted manse in Northumberland, England. Everything I make is individual and unique. This little wren is hand appliquéd and embroidered on to a support of an old patchwork quilt fragment. I have used some cotton fabrics for the appliqué and hand turned the edges. A very fiddly job! I have enhanced the appliqué with hand stitching.The collage is then sewn on to a piece of mount board to make…

Unframed appliqued wren with embroidery on to vintage quilt fragment

I treasure the old and worn and refashion them into little textile collages in my attic studio in a converted manse in Northumberland, England. Everything I make is individual and unique. This little wren is hand appliquéd and embroidered on to a support of an old patchwork quilt fragment. I have used some cotton fabrics for the appliqué and hand turned the edges. A very fiddly job! I have enhanced the appliqué with hand stitching.The collage is then sewn on to a piece of mount board to make…

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