Browse quilts in the online collection.
Crown of Thorns
Made from fabric units created in a workshop with Nancy Crow. This was the turning point in my jour...
Made for a challenge of the same name. The first time I really used the design programme on my sewi...
Line and Shape
Made in a workshop with Ann Johnston in Houston exploring line and shape.
Fragments from the Lost Temple
This quilt was inspired by the brilliant colours of Mexico and by the patterns found in the remains ...
Mojácar is a Moorish hill town in South East Spain, which I visit sometimes. It is a white town, so...
Elements of Magic
This quilt is inspired by my fascination with the concept of magic: from the Greek "magela" - it ope...
The themed challenge at the Hever Castle quilt show in 2009 was 'Log Cabin'. I decided a little art...
A peaceful little quilt, full of texture: I used mainly silks, with the addition of hand-dyed felt,...
Inspired by a photo of bark. Free rotary cutting, machine piecing, reverse hand appliqué and machin...
This quilt started life after two classes that both got me very angry and a class dyeing fabrics tha...
Tunbridge Wells Museum sent out a challenge to artists to interpret the theme, Roots. I'd taken a p...
For years quilting has been my passion, but I have recently discovered gardening. This is the first ...
Little Thin Blue Line
This quilt is the sixth in a series of fused quilts, where I start with fusing cream linen and silk ...
A very special quilt made by my colleagues for the birth of my first baby last year. Each member of ...
Brooklyn Bridge Quilt
I made this quilt for my husband's birthday. It's a lap-sized quilt rather than a full one so he ca...