This is the quilt top I completed at the Victoria Quilts Quilt-a-Thon held earlier this year.
I’ve just finished packing up my sewing machine and putting it away, so this cute little tote bag will have to be added to my To Do list next year. Tote Bag Pattern | Smaller Version
I love the sashing done on this quilt. If anyone has a link to a pattern or instructions to create this wonderful sashing, please post in the comments. I took this photo at the Upper Canada Village 2007 Quilt Show.
I took this photo at the Upper Canada Village 2007 Quilt Show.
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.