25 February 2014

Textiles Tuesday

Hello! It's Tuesday again, so that must mean it's time to share crafty links with you again. Before I do, though, I want to say thank you to every person who visits here and especially to those of you who leave comments. It's great to know you pop by!

* Here are a couple of free quilt patterns. This one is from the Fat Quarter Shop - it's simple and would look pretty with any range of print fabric. This one is by Melissa Richie from Robert Kaufman Fabrics and shows off solids.

* Check out these wonderful embroideries by Nancy Nicholson. I love the freedom of the designs.

* Did you like the Sochi Winter Olympics patchwork? Here's a free quilt pattern from Hoffman Fabrics that's based on those designs.

* There's a special offer from Bendigo Woollen Mills on their Harvest range of yarn. There are some great colours available! Ends 10 March.

*  The Fairholme Quilters in Sydney, NSW have a quilt show in April.


* There was  a fantastic response to the Springwood Winmalee Bushfire Quilt Appeal from all around Australia. Read about it here. 

* Calling Australian Quilters: enter the World Quilt Competition 2014. Entries close 14 May. Details here.

* Interview on All Creativelike with fibre artist Lynn Krawczyk.

Organic Intimacy textile exhibition in Melbourne, VIC.



* Do you want to set up a website for your creative work? Textile artist and designer Linda Matthews shows you how to do so with Wordpress.

* Want to take a workshop with the wonderful Caroline Sharkey but can't travel? Here's what you've been waiting for - online workshops


So there's lots for you to explore this week. I hope you find something of interest - please leave a comment if you see something you like (or perhaps there's a link you you'd like to share?).

2 comments:

  1. Wonderful round-up! And, thanks for featuring my interview with fiber artist, Lynn Krawczyk!

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  2. Thank you for your support toward our Quilt Appeal! I really appreciate it. Tracey

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