Australian Homespun

SAMANTHA GREEN

Have you ever tried creating a horse design before? My mother insists that I was born a horse-lover, so it was a natural thing for me to create horse-inspired crafts from an early age. My early attempts were quite basic, but this particular design I have been working on and ‘tweaking’ for a number of years now.

It varies from quilt to quilt. For the majority of my quilts, I can picture it in my head and figure out all the necessary measurements,

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