On October 5, I posted photos of my completed sampler top for the Farm Girl Vintage Sew Along led by Lori Holt of Bee In My Bonnet. Today I want to share some final photos with you, including a few shots of the lovely, happy, swirly quilting done by Barb at Quilts on Broadway. The binding has… Continue reading Farm Girl Vintage Sew Along: The Quilt is Done!
About three years ago I bought myself a terrific birthday present . . . one of those mega ironing board tops for quilters, made from plywood and covered in fabric. If you own one of these, you know how handy they are.You also know that after a few years of pressing quilt blocks, the top… Continue reading Ironing Board Makeover & Companion Pressing Mat
Oftentimes, making a quilt is long term commitment. You really need to be in it for the long haul. It’s easy to start a project, stop, start again, get interrupted by a smaller project, put it away, take it out, make some more progress, get sick of it, and then stick it back in a… Continue reading Seasonal quilts. . . that take several seasons to complete!