Sunday, April 19, 2009


This is my latest published quilt. It is called Colourplay and has just been published in Australian Patchwork and Quilting Magazine.

Also included in the magazine are templates for all letters of the alphabet so that the word Colour (sorry US quilters but that is how we spell it here) can be substituted for any word.

Wouldn't it make a great quilt for any child personalised with their own name and in such bright and vibrant colours?
Photos courtesy of Aust P&Q.


Dale Anne said...

"Colour" is how we Canadians also spell it....!!!

Anonymous said...

Good on you for not bowing to spelling pressure!!! And of course the fabrics are beautiful!camcas

Judy said...


It is a lovely quilt and I have my copy of the magazine,and a great idea to personalise it with a childs name, or a grownup for that matter. Congratulations on having it published.

Helen Conway said...

It is not so much that Austalians spell colour with a U as that,well, thats how it is actually spelled - I should know. My countrymen invented the language. Take note tea-dumping renegade colonials. PS Love you really!

Anonymous said...

I love this. Really cool!

Pennie and David said...

Wow I like this, lovely and bright!
Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, UK and Ireland all spell the above word... 'Colour' only the USA spells it 'Color'... So... We win!!
I hope this quilt will be hanging at some USA show one day LOL