Here's my newest quilt pattern: City Lights. It's a combination of regular piecing and raw-edge applique. After machine washing and drying it will have a nice chenille style texture. It's easy to make and is a great choice for a beginning quilter. Directions are for a (small) wall quilt and twin size quilt.
Friday, January 23, 2015
Saturday, November 8, 2014
This is one of my all-time favorite quilts. And now I've finished the pattern for it. This quilt is a lot easier than it looks. Fortunately! Can you imagine a busier quilt than this? Eleven pages, instant download, lots of clear hot-to photos. Lots of fun to make. Good winter blizzard project.
Monday, August 18, 2014
This quilt has fabulous texture! You can't help but pet it. And it's fun to make.
Take a look at the pattern.
Saturday, August 2, 2014
You'll be amazed at how quickly this quilt goes together! See the pattern.
This quilt has both retro and modern style, so I was happy to find this tie-breaker art deco fabric for the backing.
Stipple quilting by Linda Aquavia of New Hartford, CT.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Just finished today! The Honeycomb quilt and pattern. This quilt is much easier to make than it looks. It measures 56" x 75." If you are a Pinner, please Pin. Thanks.
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
This is my quilt studio. There is a porch off to the right. The door is to the right of the log cabin quilt. The view from the window is all woods.
The design wall is where the yellow quilt is hanging. The Stairstep quilt is hanging in the spot where I photograph finished quilts. The ironing board is in the foreground. The cutting table is beyond the sewing machine.
Here is the husband's sofa/my reading spot.
The fabric storage drawers are by Elfa from The Container Store. They are loaded and heavy, but they are holding up great. I got the yarn storage grid at Target. It's open to the back, but adequate for yarn.
My room was never this organized again since the day these photos were taken. There's always lots of cutting, sewing, basting, etc. going on. It's great to have room to play!
Monday, June 2, 2014
If you're a new quilter, take a look at this fun and easy way to make a string quilt. Make your block bigger than your ruler, then trim. Easy, right? Use any size ruler you like. I used a 6" square in this photo. These strips are about 1 1/2" wide but you can vary the widths.
If you like this, please Pin It. Thanks.
See more patterns here.