About the GourmetQuilter
My name is SusanClaire Mayfield and I live in a delightful old home in the country in New Zealand. I have been quilting for many years and have been designing quilting patterns for a long time now!
I love to design and write patterns for quilts and bags and other quilt related items and now have quite a large range.
As a quiltmaking tutor, I have a variety of styles and techniques to offer, please contact me for more information.
As a Quilting Tips & Techniques tutorials presenter, I have many video tutorials available on GourmetQuilter on YouTube.
I have recently been spending some time in the UK on board a wide-beam narrow boat! I was working from the boat as well as doing some travel in the UK and seeing some of my family. Now I am back home with my lovely large studio in NZ, room to stretch out again after the small space on a boat! Life is such an adventure!
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This video shows how to use some 5″ squares, cut in half, or 2 1/2″ strips to make a fun and quick quilt. many of us have 5″ squares and 2 1/2″ strips these days, some leftover and some deliciously … Continue reading
I am so thrilled by the response to the What’s in the Box Mystery Quilt 2015, people from all over the world have been registering! There is still an opportunity for more investigators on this mystery, the registrations close at … Continue reading
This video introduces the What’s in the Box Mystery Quilt 2015. “What’s in the box Mystery Quilt Event 2015”: Announcing…… The inaugural, the mysterious, the delicious, the amazing…….! What’s in the Box Mystery Quilt Event 2015 with the GourmetQuilter. “What … Continue reading
This video shows how to use up some of those left-over 5 inch squares. We seem to accumulate left-overs, let’s use some of them up!
This video shows how to use up some leftover fabrics, 2 1/2″ and 5″ squares, to make a Floating 4-patch block that measures 7″ and finishes at 6 1/2″ square. This makes a delicious scrappy quilt!
Whilst I have been busy preparing for the pop-up shop, opening soon, I thought a few more quilts in the garden would be good!