Awhile ago I started a quilt that I’ve slowly been working on. Its taken awhile because I didn’t choose all my greens and red at the same time so it’s been a bit of a hunt to find greens and reds that work together.
About a month ago Margaret and I spent a lovely day at Mill Rose Cottage in Ballan where I found two greens and a red which I desperately needed and so I’ve manged to finish the centre blocks of this quilt and today have started the first row of dogtooth today. I hadn’t attached to border yet as I was just checking I still liked it. Oh and I sneaked in a little bit of Smithsonian fabric!
Mill Rose is a fabulous new patchwork shop, with cafe attached, with the most friendly owner and staff you could hope to find. Sue at Mill Rose has a sit and sew on Thursdays which if you live in Melbourne and have the opportunity you should definitely visit.
Oh and they have a lovely new blog courtesy of Lizzie, so just click the button below to visit, thru the red door.
Having said that I best go over and say hello myself, and then get back to sewing. 🙂
fabulous Jenn…it looks great and I’m pleased to see the hunt for the elusive red is over. Looking forward to seeing it with all its borders too. Yes please a visit to Mill Rose again soon with Kathryn is an absolute *must* I have a busy week this coming week but maybe we could all do thurs next week…I’m having withdrawals LOL
A visit soon is a definite must!
so happy to see you working on this quilt again I just love it!
Looking forward to seeing more!
thanks for the blog link always love finding new blogs 😉
Thanks Kathie, I got side tracked with a few others and have barely blogged as well!