A gorgeous Baby’s flannel blanket created by my friend Lisa Smith. It’s very warm and cozy. I need to make one for myself, in different prints of course. UPDATE: Here’s a tutorial on making your own Rag Quilt.
I love collecting charm squares. In fact, I love it so much, I have none left after completing my latest quilt (the quilting is not done yet, so you’ll have to wait to see it). I used to participate in
A pre-printed snowmen wall hanging I made for my mom.
This was my first-ever quilt, a quillow – which is a combination of a pillow and a quilt. Updated: I’ve posted a couple of tutorials on making a quillow. I’ve long since lost my instructions.
While trying to solve a Binding mess I created yesterday, I found some useful tips and techniques. Continuous Quilt-Binding by Heather Bailey Ending Double-fold binding Binding Tips by Bonnie Hunter Quiltsmart 101: Completing Your Quilt Here’s a good video from
I purchased a panel of flower prints, cut them all up and sewed them back together to create this wall hanging.
I made my first stitch and flip quilt back in 1998/99. I immediately fell in love with the technique and have made, so far, three of these quilts. I kept the first one for myself (pictured), one went to my
A very simple quilt I made for my sister many years ago.
This was an applique sampler project I did from the Singer Quilt Projects by Machine book. It was a good learning project demonstrating various applique techniques. I made one for me and one for my mom.
I created several of these star placemats using a plastic template design. I did these in my early quilting days and definitely pushed my limits at the time. Not something I’d recommend for a beginner. The challenge was worth the
Here is a a quilted Halloween Trick or Treat Bag I made earlier this year for my niece, Lucy.
An angel wall hanging I made for my folks.