Several months ago a good friend of mine sent me a facebook message asking if I could make a ribbon tag quilt for her newest daughter. I immediately said yes, and began searching through my fabric stash for coordinating fabrics. This quilt would quite literately be a sister quilt to the Self-Sashing Quilt I made … Continue reading Ribbon Tag Baby Quilt
I'm finally making some headway on all the mini-quilt swaps I signed up for back in the Spring - and have seriously limited myself on any new swaps I sign up for (too many swaps means too little time to finish a well-crafted quilt). Anyway, today I'm sharing a look at a quilt I made … Continue reading Fairy-Tale Mini Quilt
Just like I did for my Ecuadorian kids, I made Helen Angela a duffel bag that matches her quilt. I started by using this pattern and leftover fabric from her quilt. Since it had been a couple of years since I'd made Helen's quilt, and I didn't do so great of a job keeping the scraps, I … Continue reading Helen Angela’s Duffel Bag
Just before I left for Ecuador, I finished up this pretty little quilt for another one of the mini-quilt swaps I signed up for through instagram. This time, the theme was Spring, and my partner had requested bright, non-pink colors. It took me a while to decide on a pattern, but once I did, it … Continue reading Spring Fling Mini Quilt
Several months ago, after, I had finished my first Schnitzel and Boo mini quilt, and had tons of rainbow half-square triangles leftover, I came across a rainbow themed mini quilt swap on instagram. I knew it would be the perfect project to use up all those stray HSTs, and immediately signed up to participate. Before … Continue reading Rainbow Mini Quilt
I'm sharing my 8" block created as part of the 52 Quilters Project over here today. Won't you join me?
Back in January I came across a call-out on instagram (where you can always find me - I swear I'm addicted to it!) for bloggers who quilt and jumped at the chance to participate. It's been on my "big goal" list for several years now to guest-post at least 6 times on various blogs in … Continue reading 52 Quilters