Earlier in the summer, I shared with you the plan I had for a baby quilt I was making. I finished the quilt a while back and the baby now has it to cuddle under as the days get colder up here.
Here are the quilts I made for my nieces and introducing Sasha, my new toy!
Ryan Walsh of I’m Just A Guy Who Quilts, put together a fabulous tutorial for this mini quilt. It’s called Bundles of Joy Quilt and finishes at 24″ x 28″. You’ll need one charm pack and one yard of coordinating
Since I can’t enter this week’s quilts for little girls contest, I wanted to share with you some of the quilts I’ve made for my nieces. I have two nieces, Lucy just turned 4 last Saturday, and Alice is 1.5,
Check out this cutie … Melissa, from Mel’s Own Place put together this fabulous Owl Plushie Tutorial. It’s just so cute! The tutorial is very well written with lots of easy-to-understand photos. It’s sure to make some little one smile.
Miri has created this adorable Elephant Quilt Block. How cute is this? Perfect for a kid’s quilt. The block finishes at 10″ Download the PDF pattern.
As promised in my post earlier today, presented below is the large fabric basket tutorial. It comes with a story that I wanted to share with you all. I made quilts for both of my nieces for Christmas. With Lucy’s
Here’s a great Rag Quilt Tutorial with lots of photos and detailed instructions. Jen wrote me to say she’s not much of a quilter, but she loves to cook. I want to make a couple mini ones of these for
Need a baby quilt fast? Check out this gorgeous free pattern, Speedy Baby 2 from Taffy Talk. Would make a great wall hanging too. There are other free patterns and tutorials available too, look at the right side menu to
Wouldn’t this Backyard Safari quilt, make a great kids’ gift? The finished size is 45″ x 57″. The pattern features fabrics from the Backyard Safari Collection By Johnny Karwan and was designed by Cyndi Walker for Clothworks.
I think this quilt pattern has been secretly calling out to me to make it. Several months ago, my mom was given a huge stash of fabric and quilt books & magazines from a friend of a friend who was
Here’s a free pattern from Moda, Funky Monkey, that’s sure to put a smile on anyone’s face and result in lots of giggles. Or, maybe that’s just me.