What are you working on during the COVID-19 quarantine? Today I woke up and wanted to quilt. I have a tote full of bits and pieces that didn’t work for other quilts and that is where this quilt has got it’s start. This is just a peek. It’s hanging out on my design wall at… Read More Quarantine making
I’ve been feeling overwhelmed by my stuff lately and decided it’s time for a de-stash. I have a few packs of hand-dyed fabric in my Etsy shop. These are scraps that total approximately a yard of my hand-dyed fabric. Hope you make something awesome!
This little mini I finished just in time for Memorial Day. It reminds me of a swimming pool, so I’ve called it “Pool”.
This is the quilt I went quilting crazy on. Pulling and securing the threads took 2 hours and 45 minutes. Total time 5 hours and 40 minutes. (Yes, I’m keeping track.) I’m not complaining, I enjoy the process, but I just want people to realize the amount of time it takes to make just a… Read More Mini Quilt No. 10
quilt back I went a little overboard on the quilting of this new mini quilt. I’m trying to keep these at a certain price point, but this will be an example to myself of what NOT to do when quilting. I DO love how it turned out. When you are finishing up a quilt you… Read More Pesky Threads
For the past month I have been challenging myself to finish one mini quilt a week. It’s not much, but a start at getting my sewing machine back out. I have a box of scraps and this was one of those surprises that came from it.
Many, many years ago, I found a bolt of bamboo/cotton fabric at Joann’s. It was a muslin and I dyed it. The colors turned out wonderful and the hand is sooooooo soft and smooth. I wish I could find more. It’s by Roc Lon and I haven’t been able to locate any since. ANYWAY…. I… Read More Working With LOVELY Fabric