Friday, 10 October 2008


We are back after a great time at my sister´s in Great Britain. She liked her socks (main thing!) and we did a lot (like shopping at the interknit café, going to the cinema to watch Mamma Mia, or spending a day in London).
All that time I could not sew nor knit so I haven´t much to show this week.

I had finished quilting that piece before going. The blocks were friendship blocks from allover the world. I machine quilted it and then washed it to get the antique look.

While in Great Britain, I bought some food colouring to try some more yarn dyeing. And this time I am very pleased with the results:

The three skeins were dyed with a mixture of Kool Aid and food colouring. Now when am I going to knit all those socks and/or scarves?!

Not tomorrow as I will give a workshop on machine quilting! I will show the result of the course next time.

I wish you a nice week end with a lot of sun (as we had today).


Connie W said...

The siggie block quilt looks wonderful! Love all that gorgeous yarn too.

Quiltgirlie said...

Your siggiquilt looks great. I must admit that I have not started to make a quilt from my siggies.
LG, Britta

Libby said...

Sounds like you had a very nice visit. Your vibrant yarns are wonderful!

Jessica's mom said...

Your dye projects always turn out so pretty. Perhaps some day I will take the plunge.

Glad to hear you had a good trip, it's always nice to get away for a bit.

Colleen formerly of South Africa said...

The quilt looks fabulous...and those yarn dyes.... divine.

Marie France said...

Chic je vais avoir plein de nouvelles chaussettes

bettsy said...

Your quilt looks wonderful. I love the setting arrangement. Thank you for showing us. I am happy to see my little square in there.

Carol said...

Wow wow wow your dying of the yarn is absolutely superb.