Irish Circles

Irish Circles
Last years block of the month

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Robyn to the rescue.

There was plenty of jokes on Saturday and many excuses as not many finished quilts after the holidays, Prue and Di wanted a special mention as their homework was bringing yummy slice and cakes for morning tea, a very important aspect of class.
And then Robyn came to the rescue with two finished quilts.
Yorkshire Dales, a replica of a quilt in the York Castle Museum England.

Irish circles.

.What can I say it is just such a wonderful feeling when you have completed two quilts, and for tutors it is so nice seeing your patterns being enjoyed and turned into quilts that reflect the owners tastes and style.
I am away for the next three days to Blueberries in Wyong I hope to bring lots of photos and news from my classes there.
Thank you for all the lovely emails and comments I really feel more comfortable knowing you are all enjoying my photos, until next time,


  1. All I can say is: *B*E*A*U*T*I*F*U*L*L*

  2. I agree with Miranda! - and I haven't seen 'yorkshire dales' before - what a lovely combination of applique and piecing.
    Thanks for showing us:)

  3. Hi Karen, the blog is looking great! So I can have some homework to show in March is there any chance you will be putting any pics up of the baskets blocks? If not no worries...see you then. Lindy

  4. Hi have just found your quilt, is it Irish circles?
    Is this pattern available for sale?
    I live in the UK.
    It is really stunning.