Share this: I’ve been wanting to post an easy shoo fly quilt tutorial for a while now, and since the “farmhouse style” phase is hitting hard right now, what better time? This simple quilt can be made in any color … Continue reading
Share this: Quilt tutorials for beginners is a post I’ve wanted to do for a while now! When I first started quilting, I had a hard time finding things I wanted to make, and no idea about how to choose fabrics. … Continue reading
Share this: If you are like me, you want the practical and most useful quilting & sewing tools out there, but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg, sell your children, and live in a box. Here is my list … Continue reading
My brother Samuel is a Marine Reserve. This Star Quilt has been in the works for quite a while because de is also the only sibling that I have (out of 5) that I haven’t yet made a quilt! I heard that he was going to be having a little promotion soon, so I decided to get in gear and finish his quilt! I used solids, in Marine-y colors that he likes. I don’t know why, he is red/green color deficient, aka-color blind, and he has a harder time with greens. I wonder how he will see this quilt… Hope he likes it! The pattern is called “No Diamonds in the Sky.” Here is a link to the quilt pattern if you are interested! If you are wanting to make a star quilt, there are so many options out there, but I’ve made this one three times! The only think I would change about the pattern is to add in some trimming instructions. Once you finish all the blocks, they aren’t perfectly even, and definitely can use a trim, so instructions about what size to trim would be helpful!
Quilting by Tricia Clayton! She is always quick and does such a great job! If you are near Tucson, Arizona, I totally recommend her
While this quilt was being quilted, Samuel was in a nasty motorcycle wreck. Once I learned that he was going to be okay, I gathered my girls up to me and squeezed them tight. Then I bound this with even more love than usual. It ended up being a get well soon present, and I’m happy to say that he is better now!
Elliot wanted to share some rocks with Uncle Sammy too…
Ps. My mom sent me this picture
Share this:Free Printable “give thanks” banner Today I am so excited to be sharing a project that I have been working diligently on all last week! Free printables for your thanksgiving dinner and decor! One of the easiest ways to … Continue reading
Share this: Time really flies when you are putting something off.. Well, this is embarrassing… This quilt has been a LONG. TIME. COMING! My overdue Briar Rose Quilt. This fabric (Briar Rose by Heather Ross) was ordered as soon as she … Continue reading
Share this: Sharing the last of the Halloween printables I design for this year 2015!! Files are located below the individual images and include a PDF down load of each single file. Files are made to fit a standard 8 … Continue reading
Share this:Last year I was on top of things and started decorating for fall in August! this year… its nearly the end of October and its still not happening ! Partly because I have an 8 week old baby and … Continue reading
Share this: YES you read that correct! I furnished my house almost entirely for free. Couches not included but I am sure you could make that happen as well! This is surely not done by magic or thievery but took … Continue reading
Share this:Shortly after Haley’s baby was born, she asked if I would make two girl quilts for her daughters for Christmas- YES OF COURSE I WILL! I think that Haley is one of the most talented people that I know, and I’m … Continue reading