Hello quilting friends! I’m popping in today to share a small project I’m working on, another Pumpkin Sky pillow. This one features a white pumpkin with butterscotch-colored flying geese on a scrumptious denim blue background. I still need to add the side borders and then quilt and bind my pillow, but I already love how it… Continue reading Pumpkin Sky Pillow: Let’s feature a white pumpkin!
As you’ve heard me say many times, I enjoy collecting fat quarter bundles. A coordinated collection of pretty fabrics really makes my quilting heart happy, and I know that many of you feel the same. I try not to purchase them willy nilly, but when I love the look of a bundle (when it says… Continue reading Go ahead, buy that fat quarter bundle!
October in Minnesota is beautiful. For most of the month, the lawns are still green but the trees put on a brilliant show of golden oranges, fiery reds, deep rusts and regal plums. While it’s true that our temperatures begin to drop in October, the weather is typically mild. It’s the season of scarves and… Continue reading Autumn pillow featuring Calico Crow by Lauren Nash for Riley Blake Designs
Over the last two years I’ve made several projects from Lori Holt’s wonderful book, "Farm Girl Vintage." I’m happy to report that I finally made one of Lori’s small Harvest tablerunners. This has been on my “must make” list since the first night I sat down in my comfy chair with a cup of tea… Continue reading Autumn tablerunner inspired by LouLou’s Bundle
I try not to bring out my autumn decorations before the school year officially begins. My husband is a middle school principal, and he tends to give me that "one eyebrow up" look if I start pulling out pumpkins and fall foliage before he even has students in the building, which won't be until after… Continue reading Autumn Quilts: Picking Petals & Sweetly Scalloped take on a fall flair