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February 21, 2020
Winter Solstice Rainbow Throw Quilt! from Busy Hands Quilts


This week's finish is a Winter Solstice Throw quilt in a rainbow of Peppered Cottons.  The gray chains are made with two shades of gray for added texture.  These quilt blocks were made to test the pattern last spring, and they were set aside until this week.

Winter Solstice has been kitted by Connecting Threads in Faux Linen, a lovely textured-looking fabric in solid-ish colors.  Our color schemes are very similar which is amazing since I was just using a fat quarter bundle I had on hand.
Photo credit Connecting Threads

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February 20, 2020
Scrappy Patches Twin Quilt in Nautical Prints! from Busy Hands Quilts


Another finish from 2019 was a twin size Scrappy Patches in nautical fabrics.  This quilt is the new cover for my Scrappy Patches pattern.


If you're looking for a jelly roll pattern that looks very random but is actually all planned out with no guesswork on how it goes together, Scrappy Patches is for you.  It is entirely strip pieced and goes together very quickly - an added bonus!


Quilt Stats:
Pattern:  Scrappy Patches, available here.
Size:  60" x 83"
Fabric:  On Deck, from Bluprint, available right here.
Batting:  Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 cotton/poly
Backing:  Red quatrefoil on white ...

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February 14, 2020
Mini Picket Fence Quilted Table Runners and Toppers! from Busy Hands Quilts


Mini Picket Fence is a smaller version of my full-size Picket Fence layer cake quilt pattern which has been super popular since its release several years ago.  The mini version uses charm packs to create fun little picket fence blocks, and the pattern includes 4 sizes - Small Topper, Small Runner, Large Topper, and Large Runner.  That's two rectangular sizes and two square sizes.  You know I want to make my patterns worth buying, so I give you loads of size options every time.    

Did you know that those tiny blocks are strip pieced?!?  If you know me, you know ...

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February 7, 2020
Rosewood Lane Quilt Pattern Update! from Busy Hands Quilts


It's Rosewood Lane's turn for an update!  Last year most of my pattern covers were updated, some patterns were also overhauled inside, and I'm down to the last few needing updated.  Now there are only three pattern covers awaiting updating - Home Awaits, Picket Fence, and Falling Stars.  


Joyce of Liberty Green Quilt Shop in Akron, Ohio has been a consistent wholesale customer of my quilt patterns.  She requested printed copies of Rosewood Lane after seeing the Rosewood Lane in Anna Maria Horner fabrics that sold in my quilt shop last year and requested an AMH quilt for ...

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January 31, 2020
Row Addition Baby Boy Quilt! from Busy Hands Quilts

Another 2019 finish that needs it's day to shine on the blog is a Row Addition baby quilt!  


This quilt design is from the book Modern Plus Sign Quilts and is one of many fantastic Plus quilts in the book which is written by Cheryl of Meadow Mist Designs and Paige of Quilted Blooms.  I made two baby quilts at the same time for their book hop in 2018, but it took me a year to get this one quilted and bound.  You can see the other one right here.


The quilting reminds me of starry, fiery fireworks.  It ...

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January 28, 2020
Granny's Square Patch Throw Quilt in Tula Pink! from Busy Hands Quilts

Granny's Square Patch in Tula Pink is another quilt I made last year but didn't blog about.  I used ultra modern Tula Pink fabrics in this quilt to show that an old fashioned design and modern fabrics can meld quite well.


In keeping with the modern fabrics, I chose a hexie quilting design, though even a feathery design would have looked lovely as well.  Sometimes choosing a quilting design is paralyzing and you've just got to just jump in and GO or it will never get done.  


This lovely blue/purple circular design was found in the ...

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January 22, 2020
Two Step Quilt Kits! from Busy Hands Quilts

Today I'm sharing more Secret Sauce Sewing - another quilt kit which I designed for Bluprint last year!  This is Two Step, a fun charm square design which has been kitted in Dutch Garden III in Lap (I'd call it Baby), Throw, and Twin sizes.

Photo Credit Bluprint
To see this quilt kit on Bluprint, click right here

You may or may not know that I am a strip piecing quilter at heart.  Strip piecing is sewing pieces together before cutting them again, rather than cutting small pieces and then sewing the pieces back together; it's a time ...

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January 3, 2020
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October 25, 2019
Oh My Darling Updated Pattern Sale! from Busy Hands Quilts

My Oh My Darling quilt pattern has been completely updated, both inside and out, with new formatting and cover image.  I've also changed the Queen size from a square to a rectangular quilt.  This quilt pattern is jelly roll friendly and includes 6 sizes - Baby, Lap, Throw, Twin, Queen and King.  This is the cover quilt in Garden Club by RJR Fabrics.


This scrappy blue and orange Oh My Darling in the king size was a custom order.


 Below is the twin size in Fresh Cut by Basic Grey.  This quilt is for sale in my quilt shop.


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October 18, 2019
Modern Prism Quilted Wall Hanging from Busy Hands Quilts

Ah, the Modern Prism quilt never fails to delight with its bright, planned simplicity.


The fabric is Michael Miller Cotton Couture, and I love the hand of this fabric.  It is so soft and smooth and frays very little, if at all.  It's such a pleasure to work with such high quality fabric! 


I had a Modern Prism quilt kit in my stash and knew that I would never make it without a deadline because I am always so busy with more pressing projects.  I had a request earlier this year for a small version of the quilt, 32 ...

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March 25, 2019
New material coming! from Maria the Quilter

I know you probably come here for the photos, because, well let’s be honest: in the quilting world, words mean far less than photos. I can explain a stitch but when you see a picture of it, that’s WAY more meaningful. In person? EVEN better!

What I’m here to say is that I am here. I haven’t been posting pix – I had a bit of an issue with my tools but am almost back to full capability there. I have been busy writing on my personal blog (here).

So in the meantime, PLEASE please visit my ...

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