Carol Leitch
  • Female
  • New south wales
  • Australia
Share on Facebook

Carol Leitch's Friends

  • Michelle Costen
  • Ethelda Hillsman
  • Kathy Buell
  • carla j walton

Carol Leitch's Page

Profile Information

Tell us about yourself—as much or as little as you like.
work part time as a chef. Love dogs and horses. Quilting goes without saying, must sew every day I can. Live in Australia on the coast in New South Wales.
How many quilts have you made?
Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
How long have you been a quilter?
Sixteen years
What is your favorite quilting technique?
Art quilts anything goes
Why do you quilt?
To express myself

Carol Leitch's Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

Comment Wall (4 comments)

You need to be a member of My Quilt Place to add comments!

Join My Quilt Place

At 10:48am on November 14, 2014, Vickie Smith said…

A birthday hello, Carol.  Hope you have a wonderful day.

At 10:25am on November 14, 2013, Vickie Smith said…

Happy Birthday, Carol.  Hope your day is delightful...

At 12:43pm on August 29, 2012, rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP said…
"nnew south wales". ... looks like our ancesters from the british isles loved thier native homeland so much that they brought so many place names with them in usa..."new" york, just one example of many. we also have states named after monarchs like your "queensland"

i like new and different. descendent of wanderers and such. think that we could have been a tad more original in our naming of new homelands. :))

anyway...welcome to mqp..great place to visit w quilters from all over the world. share our talents, photos, stories and jokes. have fun!
At 6:30am on August 19, 2012, Ethelda Hillsman said…

Check out the spelling of my name. It is unusual and I recently discovered there are only about 247 women named 'Ethelda'  in the U.S. When I googled it, I think there were some in Australia. It is 'old English'. My paternal geneology came from England. We can trace back to the 15th century.Not sure when they came to America, but the records look like it was in the late 1600's.Probably came as indentured servants and were in what is now the state of North Carolina.

A chef, huh. You'll have to share some good recipes with us.


Welcome Quilters! is brought to you entirely free as a service of the American Quilter's Society. We hope you enjoy meeting one another and sharing your experience and expertise. Enjoy!

American Quilter's Society




© 2018   Created by American Quilter's Society.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service