Good afternoon! It’s sunny and bright here in the Pacific Northwest today and i’m feeling so productive, so I thought while I had a quilt going in the background i’d take a moment to pop in and show you some photos of Amy Friend’s Sea Glass Quilt I quilted for her last winter. Its one of many quilts in her new book Improv Paper Piecing.
I just recently quilted this beautiful Kite Flight quilt by Heather Wall (@heathersnacks). If i’m remembering correctly, Heather is a new-ish quilter, and she did a really wonderful job on this. The seams weren’t too bulky, everything laid flat and lined up well and was relatively square, which I noticed would be rather hard to
I’m a little behind on sharing quilts – but when am I not behind when it comes to blogging. I didn’t want to let anymore time pass without sharing Meredith Hobb’s gorgeous quilt. She designed this and asked me to do some custom quilting on it, which I was more than excited to do.
Today I’m going to be reviewing what is probably the best craft book I’ve seen in a very long time. A few months ago The Taunton Press contacted me and asked if i’d like to receive an advanced copy of Print, Paint & Ink by Andie Powers & Emily Grosse of Assemble Shop & Studio
I just released my latest quilt pattern last night: Cactus Garden. All those little crown points reminded me of succulents and cactus spikes, and bringing them all together seemed like a garden of cacti. I actually had this about 3/4 of the way done and then set it aside and forgot about it. So here
Riley Blake Fabrics has been hosting a blog tour to get the word out about their new colors in their Confetti and Crayola Color collections. I was really excited to see all the great colors, since so many of them are colors I look for and have a hard time finding. I know it seems funny