by Anjii Solomon

Welcome! This is where I will be continually adding updates about my latest Angles quilts, me and my new life as all of them unfold.

I am so very much looking forward to teaching Angles Workshops again. My computer is full of designs just itching to be 'made real'.

My classes are fun-filled, creative and relaxed. Both my students and I have so much fun and knowing that this is where I am meant to be to fulfils my life passion of teaching and sharing lots of tips and ideas, it feels so right.

Check back for regular updates on classes, the variety of designs I'm working on and much much more. I will be uploading a free Angles project shortly.

Go have a look at my new web page – it’s been freshly re-vamped and has been given a whole new look -

Stay tuned for more as I update my web page with the full Class List

Love and Hugs

Anjii (and woof from Trouble!!)
Hi everyone

It's been a wonderful typical week in the Solomon home!!  Trouble is as gorgeous as ever, girlfriend last night saw a manifestation down my long passage confirming what I've known for a long time - my Angel Guides are with me at all time and equally important - I'm pain-free for the first time since - well - a long time!! Targetted medications are starting to break up my chronic sinus congestion and I can bend my head over without screaming.

Apologies for the link not working in -

While my Web Page is being re-vamped, it's unaccessible.  Not for long, as Kristien tells me today that it should be up and public by mid next week - woo hoo!!!

In the meantime, here is a sneak preview of the first new Angles quilt I have on offer as a new workshop.


This was so much fun to make.  I Angled a Charm pack of 100 FF's and just randomly stitched them throughout - what I call "Lucky Dipping"!!  This is SO liberating and gives the brain and eyes a rest from matching colours, values, hues etc.  I also trimmed them to rectangles instead of squares - I couldn't bring myself to trim off any more of those lusciuos colours than needed to be.  Each unit measures unfinished - 3.5" x 4" so the quilt will finish a nice size to hang on a wall and be the focus point of the room - 30" x 35"

I will work on the Borders on the weekend - what do you think?  A skinny black mottley FF and then a red? I love the challenge of adding borders to scrappy quilts VBG

Till next time -

Thoughts become things - choose the good ones