“Joyburst” Baby Quilt

There’s something wonderful about making a baby quilt. Mostly I love this because I can take a creative idea and play about with it, without needing to design for an epic-sized project. And this one I made entirely from scrap! My inspiration for this quilt was this quilt by Karen Griska. I loved the riotousContinue reading ““Joyburst” Baby Quilt”

“Summer Trip” Baby Quilt

I have a brand new niece! This occasion calls for a brand new baby quilt, of course. This quilt is a scrappy Trip Around the World, which I’ve been pinning for *ever* on Pinterest. The backing is an old flannelette baby sheet of Evie’s that just matched so perfectly! Isn’t the texture delicious? The quilting consists of cheerfulContinue reading ““Summer Trip” Baby Quilt”

Isobel’s Triangle Quilt

This Christmas I made Isobel a twin-size equilateral triangle quilt. This is the biggest quilt I’ve completed since I was in High School! It overlaps her single bed with enough to tuck in at the sides. This was the project that I hinted about last year, when I posted about using starch for the first timeContinue reading “Isobel’s Triangle Quilt”

Spring Bees Baby Quilt

This baby quilt was made for a new niece way back in March. March! I am still a little puzzled about why I have not blogged about this yet, because it is super gorgeous: Right? I originally pieced this in Springtime last year (about this time of year, in fact!), using a simple half-square triangleContinue reading “Spring Bees Baby Quilt”

Quilted cushions experiments

I mentioned that it was birthday season, right? This year I happened to be in a “quilting mood” as the September birthdays approached, so I got my mojo on and made some cushions! Each pillow is an experiment with a new (for me) technique. Last January I watched a fantastic Craftsy class in Free Motion Quilting (FMQ) withContinue reading “Quilted cushions experiments”