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Always playing with Thread · 1Y ago

Catch our latest post on our new blog

Don’t forget that we have recently migrated our blog to a new location. You can read our latest post at Always Thread Wise. This will be the last reminder that we will send so please choose ...
Always playing with Thread · 1Y ago

Please follow us at our new location

Have you noticed that we moved? We recently decided that it was time for a facelift to match our new business plan so our  posts can now be found at: Always Thread Wise Apart from the occasi...
Always playing with Thread · 1Y ago

A Miniature Version.

Quilters are always making quilts for others, sometimes for loved family members and dear friends, sometimes for charitable causes, and sometimes as commissions. A couple of years ago I made...
Always playing with Thread · 1Y ago

Migrating

We were running out of space & it was time for a new look so our blog has migrated to a new location with a new name. Always Thread Wise Please stop by and add us to your reading list or, ev...
Always playing with Thread · 1Y ago

Are you quilting for a Hawk or an Eagle?

I’ve lived in Victoria long enough to have become accustom to a public holiday for a horse race but one for a football game was a surprise. Now I am not a dedicated follower of the AFL so I ...
Always playing with Thread · 1Y ago

Just Because….

Most of the projects I make involve fairly intense hand work, such as needleturn applique and English paper piecing. Here’s one of my current projects. Even under “optimal conditions” (no ho...
Always playing with Thread · 1Y ago

Another sewing month

While some of my work colleagues have been on holiday this month to warmer climes,  I’ve had to put up with cold Melbourne weather with only the occasional breaks in cold Melbourne temperatu...
Always playing with Thread · 1Y ago

The Farmer’s Wife 1930s Sew Along Epidemic!

I admit it! I get very excited about patchwork and quilting. Sometimes I even finish some of the projects I begin with this unbridled enthusiasm. My current passion is THE FARMER’S WIFE 1930...
Always playing with Thread · 1Y ago

The Wow Factor Quilt

Some quilts just have a “WOW” factor! Carolyn was in the showroom a couple of weeks ago to choose the threads for this quilt, so I was thrilled when she came back to show it to us finished. ...