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This project represents the culmination of this year’s Sunprinting season and creates a series of white and blue fabrics which resemble the indigo resist dyes called “Blaudruck” which have been popular in many different regions of Europe for centuries....
...for a long time we have wanted to create a quilt that can be changed by the people looking at it! It took us some months to come up with a concept that might achieve the desired effect and this is the result: A huge Ninepatch “block” made up of nine small, framed quilts whose (machine quilted) quilt lines seem to travel across the space between the individual blocks... (10 August 2011)
Is it only our imagination that flowers blooming in later summer tend more and more towards yellow, yellow-orange and orange, until finally August and September bring an onslaught of purple? It doesn’t matter if we just imagined the subtle change of colour, we wanted to have a cheerful and sunny fabric bowl to put on a rather gloomy shelf. Also to be looked at in a few months time when the weather turns chilly and the sun prefers the southern hemisphere... (31 July 2011)
... Wootsal is an anglicized version of the Bavarian “Wutzerl”, a noun used for anything very small ranging from babies to very small dogs and usually with a positive connotation. “Ja, so a kloans Wutzerl” (“Oh my, such a little mite”) might, no pun intended, be the ecstatic cry of a grandmother when she sets eyes on her new-born grandchild for the very first time.... (01 April 2011)
... we decided to create a needle book. Our version is really easy to make, and extremely useful. Our outer cover is a work sample left over from the picture series made for “Crazy Quilting by Hand”, but there is a great variety of other options: a piece of fabric with an interesting pattern, an orphan block, a Confetti picture and much, much more... (18 March 2011)
Everybody needs towels. Some only need small towels, some need large towels and some need both large and small towels. In short: You can never have enough towels…