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Matrilineal inheritance. Showing 6 generations of women in my family and the socio-political changes that affected them. Illustrated with DNA and mitochondria on a cell background.
Poppy cushion. Applique and quilting from a pattern by Deborah Kemball.
Teapot cosy made for Jane - back view
Jane's house as a teapot cosy
Always look on the bright side of life
East Coast Journeys. One block per journey to see the grandchildren.
Early effort with Liberty squares and plain sashing
Originally a duvet cover made from Laura Ashley remnants for my daughter. Now a new lease of life as a quilt
Made from Liberty fabrics to mark my retirement from work. Shows a sustainable school in the central motif.
Attended a workshop with Worn and Washed.
Disappearing 9 patch
Impossible? Made for City and Guilds level 2 to demonstrate piecing.
Reawakening. It is meant to show a woodland floor in Spring. Made for City and Guilds level 2 to demonstrate applique.
Flowers and butterflies cushion. A Deborah Kemball design.
Lone Star quilt plus corners. Made following Sally Ablett's workshop at the QGBI AGM in 2014
North country quilting on a cot quilt for Beatrix. A labour of love which I don't think I'll try again.
Fuchsia cushion - applique and quilting from a Deborah Kemball pattern
Mitosis at Anaphase. Mitosis is cell division which occurs in all living organisms so that they can grow and reproduce. Chromosome number here is 18 (9 pairs) in each daughter cell - the number to be found in Brassica.