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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Addicted already! ;)

Remember this??? Well my first attempt at patchwork became this!

I padded it with quilt batting and attached it to a canvas frame to add some sunshine to the wee one's nursery area...

I'm going patchwork mad!!! Look! I've even quilted my t-shirt! So today, guess what? I'm clacking away again! This time I'm going to make an actual usable quilt... here's what I've done so far! 

...its by no means perfect but I'm loving the whole process of trying something new! Many of the fabrics I've used in projects so far have been donations from friends and family so it makes them even more special to me! ;D

So whats new with you???


Monika @ Our Homemade Home said...

I love it!!! And these colours!!! Magic:D Your baby will be happy to have so crazy quilted mummy:)))

Could I ask You about the baby? How did You make Your dream come true? You can write me here:
I would be glad for any advice:)))
Lots of ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ :)

patchworkdelights said...

Wow that is really gorgeous well done, beautiful vibrant colours.

All things nice... said...

Oh that is so pretty, I still havent got back to my patchwork yet. I want to start crochet too. Love the wall hanging so pretty and colourful :)

All things nice...

balanced. said...

oh my goodness, that is the cutest nursery ever!

what a lucky lil babe.

BundlesofBlossoms said...

You just have know idea of how much you have inspired me, today. I came upon, which is now in my posession, 1000's of handcut vintage quilting sthat my mother in law cut years ago.

The material, print, and textures are fabulous beyond words!

I have been trying to figure out what do with with them that is different that just simply making a quilt.

You sure got my crazy mind going with new ideas. Thank you so very much. Your work is so fun and interesting to view.

I love reading your blog!!!

Nikki Pugh

vilterietje said...

Happy mums get hapy babies! Love your nursery.
Love, Riet

TanyaMac said...

Oh wow Nikki! What an amazing treasure to find - do let me know what becomes of them!

Monika hun - I'll be emailing you at some stage today. I'm no expert on these things but I'll gladly chat it over with you! ;) ♥

Everybody! Thanks so much for your wonderful comments...honestly, I love to see you drop by and chat with you! love right at ya's!♥ ♥ ♥

BundlesofBlossoms said...

Tanya-I just re-read my comment to you, yesterday, and I must have been so overcome with enthusiasm that I didn't see all the typos and just pushed the send button-Ooops:)

I will, sometime, this week, blog about my quilt squares so you can see the pics of them-

They are FAB!!!

Nikki Pugh

TanyaMac said...

Hey Nikki! Life's too short to 'edit' yourself! ;D

Bubbles said...

That looks so good, quiltings something I'd love to try but haven't got around to.

You t-shirt looks great :D.

BundlesofBlossoms said...

HA! Tanya,I couldn't agree me:)

I will typo away then and hope that you'll understand it. If you have any questions about my unedited posts, I'm sure you'll ask(wink)

Lisa-Marie said...

How lovely, and what a beautiful mixture of colour and pattern!

Annabelle said...

Hi Tanya, love your style and sense of fun colours. Wish I could be as brave. My fav colours of the moment are lime green and pink - but subtle and nothing too overpowering. I am a new crafter and blogger at
( looking for inspiration so thanks for letting me visit your space.

Popii¬ said...

OMG I Love Those Owls .. Soo Want One Hahah

Kandi Corp. said...


Adorable stuff in this nursery!!! I see you are talented and love to create so I thought I might join your blog and maybe you would like to do the same at
Kandi Corp.'s deColourant removes and replaces the dye from natural dyed fabrics like wool, cotton, hemp, silk. It is easy and fun to use. You can use it in combination with stamps, stencils, free hand, etc. It gives off a slight citrus smell. Info can be read at and ordering done at Hope to hear from you soon and love your stuff!
Amy Henderson
Kandi Corp.