Jelly and Quilts

Hard to believe but these last few nights have been hotter than usual and I’ve been beavering away trying to finish a summer quilt I started a couple of months ago. Its a thin wadding not sure of the tog rating but lighter than our ordinary summer quilt. I wanted a fairly utilitarian design – quick to cut, sew and quilt, which I did with my trusty machine. Thank god I changed my mind about hand quilting.



Gooseberries were ready to pick – thanks Neil – from this


to this. Gorgeous gooseberry jelly.


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2 Responses to Jelly and Quilts

  1. Sarah says:

    Love the quilt colours 🙂 I’ve not made jelly before, but I love gooseberry jam and the magical wy it changes colour 🙂

  2. Iwona says:

    Thanks Sarah – I’m pleased with the ditsy pastel fabrics and I think gooseberry jelly is the best preserve I’ve ever tasted. Its dead easy as I’m sure you know. Black currants next :))

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