Hello quilting friends! In July, I shared my new tablerunner pattern with you: Pumpkin Run. I also admitted to being addicted to making pumpkin quilts. Well, my issue in that regard continues . . . I’ve made another Pumpkin Run! What happened is quite simple. I wasn’t even finished sewing my first Pumpkin Run (featuring… Continue reading Pumpkin Run: a denim blue version
Can a person have too many pumpkin quilts? Surely the answer is no. Because if the answer is yes, then I’m in big trouble. If you can relate to my predicament, then I’m happy to share my latest pattern with you: Pumpkin Run! This cute runner finishes at 34 1/2” long by 12 1/2” wide.… Continue reading New pattern: Pumpkin Run
I'm embarrassed to admit this, but here goes . . . it’s been one full year since I finished my Bloom-Topia quilt top. For some crazy reason, I sort of “forgot” to send it off to be quilted. Last July, I tucked Bloom-Topia in a drawer and thought, “As soon as I get a free… Continue reading Bloom-Topia: quilted, bound and beautiful!
For the past few years, I’ve wanted to make an American flag quilt using the Stars and Stripes pattern by Thimble Blossoms. Each year in late spring, tempting photos begin popping up on Instagram, with quilters all over the country sharing their version of the Stars and Stripes quilt. This year, I gave into temptation.… Continue reading Stars and Stripes: and American flag quilt
Recently, the kind folks at Quilt Girls, LLC sent me a darling, vintage inspired “Sweet Alice” print by David Textiles. Set on a pale blue background, the fabric depicts tossed images of Alice in Wonderland that are perfect for fussy cutting. I spent a lovely evening picking around in my fabric stash to find coordinating… Continue reading Fussy cutting: Shoofly Crossing featuring Sweet Alice fabric