Category Archive: quilts

Improv medallion borders

Hi! Remember my Quilt Camp sample? It’s growing… It got this thin scrappy border early in the week. It’s just 1/2″ finished, and I decided to make each scrap about 3″ long. I wanted… Continue reading

Midsummer Moments

I’m so happy to have planned the summer the way I did, with camp for the kids in June and August and a month of unstructured summer time in between. (Even though it… Continue reading

Breeze – a Friday Finish

 Introducing Breeze, my entry to the Michael Miller MQG challenge: This quilt was NOT a breeze to make. I remember getting the fabric and having absolutely no clue what to do with it. It’s… Continue reading

Quilt Camp

I was teaching a lot of great skill-builder classes in the spring at Rock Paper Scissors, and during kids camp sign-up one of my students came in with a brilliant idea. “Why do… Continue reading

Blip – A baby quilt tutorial

I have a lot of respect for huge, detailed quilts. And I’ve enjoyed the satisfaction of completing one myself. But sometimes you need to make a quick baby quilt. Or you just want the… Continue reading

Mason’s quilt

This quilt’s story appears pretty straightforward from the beginning. My newest nephew was born on June 22, and I planned to make him a quilt with lots of green, as requested by his… Continue reading

Green and Navy, volume and value

What a week! It started with the birth of my new nephew, a week early. When I went to visit him in Manhattan on Monday, I knew I was behind on his quilt… Continue reading

My Favorite Quilt

Have you been reading the series “My Favorite Quilt” on Sew Mama Sew this month? My fellow New Jerseyite Jess from Quilty Habit has been doing a tremendous job curating it, and I’m… Continue reading

The Love Letters Quilt

This one goes out to my husband Joe. I have so much to say about this quilt, but today I will let it speak for itself. I’ll just give you the short version… Continue reading