Sunburnt Quilts

Quilts, Patchwork & Embroidery

Favourite Colours – Red And White!

I have gone back to playing with my favourite combination of red and white. I received some gorgeous blocks stitched by the amazing Pauline – Quilt-n-Queen.  Pauline does the most beautiful stitching. I wanted to use the blocks in a quilt and make sure they were the focal point and not have the piecing take […]




A Top Completed.

After many months of cutting and juggling blocks, it is lovely to see this quilt top completed with all borders attached. I have really struggled with photos over the last few days with the overcast and windy weather. Thankfully the frame stayed upright long enough to snap this pic. I still am fascinated with the […]




Block Work.

I really enjoy the way some blocks can be made in such a simple way to give quite a striking result. I wanted to make these ????? blocks and saw that they were made quite simply using jelly roll strips. They are normally cut using a 90 degree triangle template, but I didn’t have one […]




Keeping The Cold Away.

Yes, it’s Winter and I just have to get used to it.  A lot of the trees around here have signs of Spring with their pretty blossom, but the wind, rain and low temps are keeping us well rugged up. This quilt top is definitely aimed at Summer. It is made with a selection of […]




Steaming Along.

I have been able to piece together all the blocks for my kaleidoscope quilt with all the sashing complete. (Unfortunately the colours in the photo vary due to weather conditions and the wind blowing the quilt.) I wanted to run a small border of green around the whole quilt in the same fabric I had […]




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