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Greetings from Gafsa A watercolour of a town in Tunisia interpreted in silk. The first quilt I machine quilted having acquired a new sewing machine ( previously used a hand turned Singer). This quilt featured in book ' The Quilters Guide to Pictorial Quilts'
 
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Medieval Tiles Inspired by medieval tiles at the British Museum, this double sized quilt took 7 years to complete! The centre 'tiles' are batik, each group of tiles is hand quilted with a different tile pattern:each square took 1 hour to quilt.
 
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Serifos storm Watching a sudden storm advance across the mountains and sea while sketching at the harbour on Greek island Serifos. Hand dyed indigo fabrics,slashed silk organza , machine quilting and hand stitching
 
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From Pedra, a rose-red city half as old as time Inspired by the colours of Petra in Jordan - the brightness of the Treasury after walking through the Siq. Made for 'Poetry in Stitches' challenge, it spend a year in a hospital waiting room before its return.
 
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Erg Chebbi Inspired by the sand ripples on dune 'Erg Chebbi' in Morocco. Pieced from silks and cottons, hand stitched with silk buttonhole thread
 
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Castle Pillar Rock Memories of watching the sun set over Castle Pillar Rock in Australia, the colours of the land changing every minute. A disastrous quilt rescued by painting over it with acrylic paints