‘Squadron Leader’: the minis

'Squadron Leader' baby quilt pattern by Granny Maud's Girl

When I made my first prototype aeroplane blocks for Little Island Quilting’s Soy Amado project, I had a little accident: I cut the wing on one aeroplane too big. I blame my new ruler and my unfamiliarity with its markings, … Continue reading

‘Australia’

‘Australia’ block pattern by Granny Maud’s Girl

I am on a roll! Another pattern I have been working on is ready. This pattern is for a foundation-paper-pieced map of Australia. The pattern is for the block only and includes templates for two sizes: 6 inches and 12 … Continue reading

Nearly there

'Squadron Leader' baby quilt pattern by Granny Maud's Girl

It seems like the process has taken forever, but I am finally putting the finishing touches on two new patterns, which I hope to release in April. One pattern is for a foundation-paper-pieced map of Australia. It is a fun … Continue reading

More humidicrib quilts

Nine-patch humidicrib quilt

Two years ago (I was shocked to realise it has been that long), I decided to start a new quilt from scraps. I had planned to make at least one block each month as part of my Bee, Myself and … Continue reading

My first pattern: ‘Scrappy Cushion’

Scrappy cushion (pillow) pattern by Granny Maud's Girl

A year ago, I picked up a length of bright blue pompom trim that a local guild member was destashing. The trim was the starting point for this bright and scrappy cushion, which I English paper pieced. You too can … Continue reading