Category Archive: quilts

The hexacabin quilt

Finished quilt Friday! This one was an improv dream– an idea that materialized into something that I am really proud of. I worked outside my comfort zones with the colors (I have a… Continue reading

Love Letters

My husband is the best when it comes to my quilting addiction. He is supportive and interested, he surprises me with fabric when he travels for work and gets me gifts that would… Continue reading

The PS Fundraiser Quilt

This weekend I quilted and bound a top that I’ve had in my closet for awhile for a fundraiser at my munchkins’ school. It was a rare quick finish and therefore very gratifying.… Continue reading

The Hexacabin tutorial

I’ve been wanting to make a hexagon quilt for a long, long time, but I’m not a huge fan of repetitive piecing or hand-stitching. I wracked my brain for a long time about… Continue reading

A quilt top in pictures

I wanted to see how it would work to make a log cabin block starting with a hexagon instead of a rectangle. Then I got a little obsessed and spent the whole day… Continue reading

The BFF quilt

My first finished quilt of 2014 was requested my one of my best friends, who is about to become an aunt any day now. This quilt is for her to give to her… Continue reading

The Missing Brick

I love how subjective this quilt is. I’ve had people tell me that it looks like the brick flew out of its place. I’ve heard that the brick is falling into place. That… Continue reading

Quilting away

Whew. I did it. Thanks to my lovely online cheerleaders, I have finished quilting the brick quilt. I will take better pictures when it’s officially done later this week (thanks to some amazing… Continue reading

Bundles and a pillow

Congratulations to Renee and Stephanie, who won bundles of fabrics in my giveaway on Friday. One bundle is headed to New Mexico and the other will come with me to Thursday’s NJMQG meeting.… Continue reading