Star Spangled BOM with Fort Worth Fabric Studio: Block 2

Hello quilting friends! I\'m popping in today to show you my second block from the “Star Spangled” block of the month hosted by Fort Worth Fabric Studio! This BOM runs for five months, from January through May. The Block 2 pattern was released on the FWFS blog on January 30. This pretty block measures 14\" square and is a Shoofly variation… Continue reading Star Spangled BOM with Fort Worth Fabric Studio: Block 2

Star Spangled BOM with Fort Worth Fabric Studio: Block 1

Have you heard about the “Star Spangled” block of the month available at Fort Worth Fabric Studio?  Well here’s your chance to make a lovely patriotic quilt by sewing just two blocks a month, using free illustrated instructions provided by FWFS designer Lindsey Weight! I’m sewing along, and I hope you will too!  This BOM… Continue reading Star Spangled BOM with Fort Worth Fabric Studio: Block 1

Easy hostess gift: Wine glass charms and lace zipper pouch

The holidays are fast approaching. You’re up to your elbows in present wrapping, tree trimming, and cookie baking. But never fear, quilting friends! There is still time to whip up the perfect hostess gift or stocking stuffer for someone you love. How about a set of homemade wine glass charms stored in a simple but… Continue reading Easy hostess gift: Wine glass charms and lace zipper pouch

Diamond Trail takes on a festive, winter look with Nordic Stitches

Hello quilting friends!  Two weeks ago I shared some photos of a lovely Norwegian collection I received from Fort Worth Fabric Studio:  Nordic Stitches by Wenche Wolff Hatling for Moda Fabrics. Today, I’m delighted to show you the table runner I made and announce that Fort Worth Fabric Studio is offering kits for this project! You… Continue reading Diamond Trail takes on a festive, winter look with Nordic Stitches

Nordic Stitches: A festive Scandinavian collection

I am so excited about a beautiful fabric collection that Fort Worth Fabric Studio recently sent me.  It’s called Nordic Stitches and it was designed by Norwegian fabric designer, Wenche Wolff Hatling, for Moda Fabrics. The traditional Scandinavian colors and festive prints take me back to my childhood, and memories of my paternal grandparents discussing… Continue reading Nordic Stitches: A festive Scandinavian collection