I love African fabrics and have bought a lot from Magie Relph of the African Fabric Shop over the years ( I was her first customer! ). I especially like the kola and indigo fabrics that Musa produces, using quite a lot of it in my 'Tunisian Door' made especially for 'Under African Skies' exhibition. So I was sorry to have missed out on the opportunity of buying a piece of Helen Conway's quilt when she cut it up. However the artists that did obtain a 'plank' have produced a wonderfully diverse selection of quilts which are now up for auction on the 'buy a plank' auction website. I urge you to visit and consider bidding for a worthwhile cause. I know which one I'd like to own!
Nina-Marie for asking so nicely if she could use this as inspiration for her colour palette!
I also used some of Musa's fabrics in my 'Fleet Mudflats' piece (below) for TVCT 'Halfway Between' exhibition which opens at Spring Knit and Stitch show at Olympia, stand F60, tomorrow. I'll be visiting on Saturday, stewarding on Sunday so if you see me, do say hello - I love to meet people who read my blog!