HAPPY NEW YEAR to you all!

I hope and wish that 2018 brings you all that you wish for yourselves, good Health being at the top of the list for so many…

Great news! With lots of projects in waiting, I am delighted that my Erratic Batik quilt project


will be featured in the Feb issue of British Patchwork & Quilting UK magazine and will be in the shops on 19th January 2018.

It’s such an easy pattern as there’s no matching seams or points which a lot of quilters will enjoy for its simplicity, yet the result can be stunning and unique!

So what have I got planned for 2018? – The top of the 3rd and final panel of my daughter’s ‘Romanesque’ quilt is nearing completion so I have high hopes for that being completed in the coming months.

 I’ll be working on another project alongside the ‘Roman’, and also working on my next Pattern to add to my Hounds-tooth Pattern which is on my Sales Page on here…and slowly but surely I’ll be adapting and adding Patterns to my SALES Page.

My other great news is that my youngest granddaughter E has found her sewing passion at 9 years old. While her brother and sister enjoyed sewing when they were younger which resulted in them having their Cushions in the British P & Q UK magazine some years ago, they veered off the path, so fingers crossed E will continue developing her passion.

I’m also in 2 new online groups which I’m enjoying – a Postcard Swap group run by a friend who was the first to introduce me to this enjoyable and addictive skill by sending me a RAK (Random Act of Kindness), and one I have been doing for 9 years or more.

Stay well, Stay warm and dry, and keep sewing to spread the joy….

MT-Crafty Lady X


About MT-Crafty Lady

As a quilting/crafting grandmother of 4 I enjoy writing HOW TO......Tutorial Books for the Amazon platform. I love teaching craft skills and enjoy the opportunity to combine this with writing. Since 2008 I've been a member of a great online community of quilters and crafters. Over the past couple of years I've contributed to a popular quilting magazine and loved seeing my projects in print, and this keeps me busy. Opportunities to quilt each day is a quilter's dream and I feel very lucky to be able to do this....Happy lady.
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