Category Archive: quilts

Technicolor quilt tutorial

Here it is, my first tutorial! I made the Technicolor quilt top and back with a mini jelly roll from the Simply Color collection by Simply V and two yards of Kona Bone.… Continue reading

Whipped up strips

I used to roll my eyes at people who said they “just whipped up a quilt top over the weekend,” but that’s exactly what I did with some fabric from my stash. I… Continue reading


I loved the ombre quilts made from Simply Color by Amy Smart at Diary of a Quilter and talked with Beth from Rock Paper Scissors about making a trio of samples for the… Continue reading

Swirly fun

I tried a new quilting design last night, inspired by some conversations about free motion and some of the amazing displays at Quiltcon. It still looks a little shaky, but each block looks… Continue reading

Charity quilt for the Austin Children’s Shelter

I had the honor of working on the North Jersey Quilt Guild’s charity quilt for the Austin Children’s Shelter. The Modern Quilt Guild held a call for blocks in the Quiltcon colors, and… Continue reading

Skylar’s skyline quilt

My original design for Fiona’s skyline quilt included gray buildings and a black printed sky. But a monochromatic color scheme didn’t seem very appropriate for a baby (at the time), and I fell… Continue reading


I’m continuing playing with the Simply Color line of fabrics by making a trio of mini quilts for display at Rock Paper Scissors. First up is Pinkscape, which features 4″ squares of the… Continue reading

The Technicolor quilt

I have been so excited lately about a quilt partnership and milestone, and for no reason at all have neglected to mention it here. I designed a quilt for the local craft store,… Continue reading

Miles’s quilt, finally finished

I first picked out the tutorial and the fabric for Miles’s quilt last January, almost a year ago. It’s a little embarrassing that it took me this long to finish, but I finally… Continue reading