Iceberg Sightings featured in Canadian Quilter Magazine


Photo by Ashley Fernandes. Taken at Puente de Luz Bridge in Toronto, Canada. 

While thru-hiking the East Coast Trail in Newfoundland, icebergs were often nestled in the calm waters of the bays we trekked. They were quiet and stoic reminders of the cold and windy coastal winters. Once spotted they were always a great reason to pause for a snack, and watch them rock back and forth, or track their course down the coast.


You can purchase your own copy of the Winter 2019 Canadian Quilter Issue here

Fabrics used: a mix of KONA solids and V & Co. Ombres. 

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Cristina De Miranda

Cristina De Miranda has been crafting and creating since her early years watching Art Attack. A tactile world of colour, pattern, and design appeared before her when a colleague introduced her to quilting in 2018. Cristina quickly dusted off her sewing machine and dived into a plethora of designer fabrics. Today, she is totally and irreversibly immersed in a whimsical world called Ships & Violins.