Picking up the pieces

Looks like a very different start to April – we are here in the UK waiting out Covid19, hoping everyone is safe and that there are better days to come.   While waiting there will be lots of time for stitching, so I decided that this would be a good idea –

Quilt top made for hand stitching classes at The Corner Patch in 2018 –

It has felt really good to set up my traditional quilt frame again.  8foot long rails and 3foot stretchers, the wood is English ash and despite the size very simple to assemble.  The frame was made for me in the early 1980s by  the late Arthur Warner and was a Christmas present from my husband.

Let’s see where this goes …

5 thoughts on “Picking up the pieces”

  1. Love the sampler quilt and the frame looks a beautiful piece of furniture. Good to see your post. Stay well x

  2. What a fantastic frame Barbara and so well made.

    Best wishes to you and all of your family
    Stay Safe

    Pat and Roger XX

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  3. So good to see you blogging again Barbara….
    I have a hand quilting frame in storage, if you know anyone who would like it I am willing to ship it to them at their cost as I’ve moved house and need it gone, its a Grace frame, free to a good home as long as they pay the shipping…

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