Stop over and vote for me if you like this quilt.
It is in the throw category, or you could vote for it for Viewer's Choice.
Voting runs May 24-30th.
Yippee. Today is Craftsy Free Class Day. This is a day where those that are new to Craftsy can sign up and select a class from a selection of favorite classes, for Free and you will help raise funds for DonorsChoose. Plus, like all classes at Craftsy, you can participate in your class at your leisure and repeat whenever you want. It is just a matter that this "Free Class Day" is only open to sign up today and you need to be new to Craftsy.
If you are already registered at Craftsy this is a great opportunity for you ...
|Soft Spring colors in triangles that make up a parallelogram that folds into a rectangle to cover your favorite dolly.|
I finally got the outer borders on and I just love this quilt. It’s amazing what a couple of borders can do to finish a quilt off.
I love the funky outer border fabric. Just have to finish the pattern details and print the patterns off.read more
What thoughts occur to you when considering the month of June? Perhaps sun, a warm breeze, and those lovely pinwheels children play with in the wind? As you can see, all these are incorporated into our beautiful candle mat for June! And, the beautiful fabrics are from the Quilter's Candy Collection. It’s easy to construct and reasonably within a day from start to finish! Download the June Candle Mat for free and enjoy!read more
Since the beginning of March I have been entirely focused on preparing a class for Craftsy.
Hello! Thanks so much for stopping by! Life has been a little crazy the last few weeks and promises to be continue to be super busy for the month ahead so I don’t have anything brand new to share. However, I thought I’d share the quilt I made for my husband for Christmas and year ago. It is a t-shirt quilt and I’ve had pictures on my blog before, but I thought I’d share the story.
I never told my husband I was saving his t-shirts or little things. I’d just tuck away anything that ...read more
I know you have seen this quilt from the quilt show, but I thought you might like to see the quilting up close. My friend Donna made this quilt.
Here's my contribution to the To Boston With Love project started by the Vancouver Modern quilt guild (details here). I'm so excited to be a part of such a cool and thoughtful movement of love and support.
I was cruising around blogs the other day like I do sometimes, when I stumbled onto a picture of a quilt that looked very familiar to me! Too funny! I had actually made two versions of that quilt back in 2004? Anyway, I decided it was way past time to take pictures of the quilts made during my Indygo Junction phase. For posterity you know.
|Folk Art Sampler Quilt|