Category Archive: quilts

You Are My Sunshine quilt (formerly the gold and gray quilt)

It’s Finished Quilt Friday! This quilt took a little while, but it helps when you are in love with the colors and fabric. I decided to tackle circles, something that I’ve wanted to… Continue reading

Curves and straightaways

I’ve been doing so much piecing lately that it felt really good to make progress quilting my gold and gray circle quilt. To recap a bit, I’ve been FMQing swirls in the circles.… Continue reading

More blocks

This week has been all about piecing and NJMQG meeting prep. Piecing has never been my favorite part of the quilting process, but I got so much satisfaction from making the Building Blocks:… Continue reading

Building Blocks – HSTs

I’ve been loving half square triangles (HSTs) lately. They were the building blocks for some of my favorite recent quilts, like the BFF quilt and the Mihow quilt. There are just so many… Continue reading

WIP Wednesday 3.12.14

After some consideration, I’ve decided that if I’m going to do circles, I’m going to do CIRCLES. So I pulled out my FMQ practice party fabric and gave it a go. It was… Continue reading

WIP Wednesday 3.5.14

For a small quilt, this has felt like a long project. I wanted to learn and practice curved piecing, and though it went very well, it was not the type of project you… Continue reading

Class update

Check out some of the amazing quilts that came from my last session of Beginning Quilting! It’s one of the few classes around where you can make a finished quilt from beginning to… Continue reading

FMQ Practice Party

I’ve had so many exchanges with quilters recently in which we both say, “I’d really like to practice my free motion quilting this year.” [I, for one, will be taking a class from… Continue reading

The mihow quilt

  This is a baby quilt for Michele and her third little boy, who is due in a few weeks. I read her blog for a long, long time before commenting or emailing… Continue reading