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Tír na nÓg is a wonderful story from Irish mythology, it is a place of eternal youth and beauty where time stand still, no one grows old or gets sick, flowers bloom perpetually, there is no sorrow or pain and where love is eternal.Read More
Recent Blog Posts
Sep 5, 2012 |
When I went to my second meeting of the Bay Area Quilt Guild, the moment I saw Amanda’s quilts she was donating to charity program I knew I had the right designs to quilt them so I went home with them. Here they are on my frame: And then they hung out on my patio table all done: One more look at the front and back of each one: Thanks Amanda for give me the privilege of quilting your quilts and testing my...
Sep 4, 2012 |
I truly believe that every quilt has a story and here is the story of one wonky log cabin called Night Gallery. So in March 2011 I decided to go with a wonky log cabin for my 2011 Roland McDonald House Quilt Challenge quilt, I read this Wonky log cabin tutorial and decided that I would give it a whirl. Here are the black and white fabrics I picked to use: This was the lavender cascade I used as inspiration and picked out lavender fabric to match from my stash. Here was the first block and while making it I really enjoyed the process. I had no plan just a number of 2 1/2 inch and...
Jun 17, 2012 |
Today I launch my new website – Tír na nÓg Studio, where magic happens with fabric and thread and very happy to do it on 17 June 2012, my birthday. The goal of my blog is to document my quilting journey and also to sell long arm designs that I am designing using Art and Stitch. I chose the name Tír na nÓg Studio as it is one of my favorite stories from Irish mythology. Tír na nÓg is a place of eternal youth and beauty where time stand still, no one grows old or gets sick, flowers bloom perpetually, there is no sorrow or pain and where love is eternal. I loved this...