Seminole Wallhanging

During the day students will learn a Seminole patchwork technique and the Quilt-As-You-Go method I use in many of my quilts to make a small wallhanging.

14ins x 30ins

Here you will find a selection of Day Courses


Log Cabin Blocks

In this workshop I will show you how to make a log cabin block. I hope you will have time to make at least 6 blocks. We will then learn how to join these blocks together by the Quilt-As-You-Go method I use for my quilts. You should leave with; some sample blocks, or the beginnings of a quilt, of a bag, or of a cushion.

​Baby/Welcome Greeting
On this workshop students will appli-quilt a name or greeting of their choice onto a small wall hanging. Also suitable for a cushion.

​Mini Handbags
During the day students will learn simple foundation piecing and applique while assembling this small quilt.

24ins x 24ins




Since Harrogate I have made two quilts, both of them gifts. One has already been sent and the other is for a March Birthday, I will have to borrow it back in order to send it to Malvern in May.

I was thrilled that my Memorial Star Quilt was chosen to be the front cover for the Quilter's Guild calendar 2015. It has also been on it's travels round the U.S. with the Mancuso Shows.

My Alpine Vista quilt is on it's way to an exhibition in Stiges.

I am currently working on another gift, a wedding gift for some family friends. I intend to hand quilt small blocks before putting them together Quaygo style. Once I've pieced and sandwiched the blocks I can move on to my next project, I'll get on with the hand quilting over the next few months.

There will be a new pattern for a children's quilt available soon.

I have also been experimenting with freeform curved piecing and hope to be able to offer a workshop soon. 



If you would like to arrange a talk or workshop, or buy a pattern or a quilt, then please contact me via e-mail on

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