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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March 25, 2013

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Ruth

I love seeing wild life, but can do without the snakes and bees. Once when I was mowing our back yard I bumped into a retaining wall that had bees in it and they swarmed me. I got about 50 stings that time. Not fun!

Elizabeth Bryan

Oh my goodness Hannah. It certainly is a great post. I'm so glad we don't have snakes here in NZ. I can't stand mice let alone rats. you are so brave. he owl and koala are gorgeous..

Take care and happy stitching

Annette

Great post Hannah...love your style of writing.That bee hive is amazing!

Vanessa Woodham

Wow! You have had some interesting visitors....I'm with you regarding the professionals removing the bees!!

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