Tag Archives: Quilt

Fallen Angels – Oct 2012 to Sep 2013

This is a list of those who I have known who have died from Metastatic Breast Cancer since the last Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This list includes several who were born in the 1970’s and these are just those from North America. Some of them are remembered with block on our remembrance quilt. I would …

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Patchwork – a metaphor for life with Metastatic Cancer?

Just in case you haven’t noticed I have become somewhat obsessed with patchwork quilts recently.  I have spent loadsa money on fabrics and even bought a new sewing machine, though that was more of a necessity as my old one had stopped working and I actually can’t find it any more.  Maybe it got put …

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Going over the top … of the quilt, that is.

So on Tuesday I had a marathon quilt block making session and by noon on Wednesday, less that 24 hours later I ended up having made up 16 blocks.  I have to make it clear that this is only the front of the block, and that I had already cut out the pieces so all I …

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Not sure what to say …

As part of the Lost Inspiration Quilt project I am doing some blocks for some friends that I have lost.  I have now got to the point where I need to think what I want to say on the reverse panel. This is the first panel as I had made it up earlier, as they …

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