About Us

  • Jo is a mother of three daughters, happily married to Tim, and a part-time receptionist living in Adelaide. She enjoys sewing, gardening, decorating, reading, as well as shopping and watching Jane Austen films, amongst others.

    Hannah works part-time in Adelaide and is the long-time girlfriend of Steve. Her interests include quilting, organisation, cooking, cosmetics and looking after her nieces and nephews. She is also an avid reader and a fan of Harry Potter.

Hubby & Dad

Our 3 beautiful daughters

Molly and Charlie

Welcome to our Home

Things we Like

  • Cheesecake

    Patchwork quilts

    Chocolate

    Shopping

    Rainy days

    Roses

    Cottage gardens

    Coffee or lunch with friends

    Christmas

    Springtime

    Camping

    The mountains

Blogs we like to visit

Hannah's Current Projects

  • 'Sew Laugh Love' Stitchery Panel by Leanne Beasley
  • 'Butterfly Garden' Quilt by Leanne Beasley

Jo's Current Projects

  • 'Flower Heat Bag' by Hatched & Patched
  • 'Tis the Season' Christmas Quilt by The Birdhouse
  • 'Little House' Pincushion by The Birdhouse
  • 'A Gardeners Journal' quilt by Hatched & Patched
  • Hand-pieced double wedding-ring quilt
  • 'Cold Winter Scarf' by Hatched & Patched
  • 'Sing Bag' by Hatched & Patched

Jo's Quilting Projects


Jo's Dolls and Bears


Jo's Bags


Our Sewing Room


Hannah's Future Projects

  • Bloom Hanging Jewellery Case
  • Butterfly Wings costume for my Niece
  • 'Spice of Life' carpetbag-style bag by MoonShine
  • Jelly roll sampler quilt using 'Etchings' range by 3 Sisters
  • Tumbling Blocks quilt for Steve (BF)

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May 13, 2008

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Missy

The quilt and Christening gown both are so beautiful...how lucky to own such treasures! This is (exactly) the reason I myself make heirloom baby, child, and doll clothes and I've started making quilts in the last year.
Missy

Kerry Watson

Love your site sister,it is very nice like all the things you have made say hello to the girls love your big sis kerry xxo

Lorraine

that quilt is amazing...and the christening gown is such a wonderful heirloom.....lucky you! I have posted a pic of a couple of things I have that belonged to my paternal grandma....she was a pretty amazing lady.

Sonnja

The quilt is beautiful!
Kind regards,

Sonnja & Beertje Zonn
from the Netherlands

Ivory Spring

What BEAUTIFUL heirloom items you have. I especially like the Christening gown! I just stumbled across your website, and have enjoyed my visit here. :)

lappequri

Lovely quilt on you page
Have a nice and creative weekend
Quilting hugs from Norway:-))

Heidi

How wonderful that you have these family treasures in your home! It is wonderful to feel connected to our past. I feel connected to woman throughout history when I pick up a needle. What an incredible bedspread that is to think of all the love that went into stitching it.

It is good to be back blogging. My mother and online friends are all back home or will be as two are still on their way today after staying a night with one of the others. I am exhausted as I had to stop taking my pain medication for my chronic illness which I took while they were here. I few days of rest with my stitching and a good book will fix that in no time. It is nice to catch up with blogging friends once again.

Hugs ~
Heidi

Heidi

The quilt is marvellous. I love Hexagonquilts.

Jo in  TAS

You're so lucky to own such wonderful treasures. I've got all my grandmothers china, holds special memories of me having afternoon tea with all the ladies when I was about 4. I'm sure I've got other treasures too, I'll have to do a hunt this weekend.

Jen

Well done Jo. Quilt and Christening gown look beautiful.

Carey - Blueberrylane Designs

That hexagon quilt is just gorgeous, what a wonderful treasure.

Marcie

Your blog is charming! I followed a link from Stina's blog in Sweden. We have all become world travelers!

Miss Paula

What a pretty quilt. It reminds be of precious gems found in a stone. Quilting and passing the quilt down IS a precious gem all on its own!!

What a special quilt for you to have Jo!!

chookyblue

love all these treasures..........the gown is my fav.......

Jo

Jo, That Christening gown is amazing and yes I think you are right...patience must have been the key to such a divine outcome. Simply stunning. Jo

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