Category Archive: Quilting

ScrapHappy Day, July 2019

This month I made a lap quilt from the Bottomless Bin of Red Scraps (this one is the third, I think.  Maybe the fourth.  And the bin is still pretty full). I have… Continue reading

Quilt Consultation Results

Back in March, I shared a little quilt consultation album I had sent to a friend, to help her choose what she and her husband would want for a baby quilt. The album… Continue reading

Quite Possibly, the World’s Bulkiest Quilt

I started this string quilt three years ago!  At the time, I asked for setting options, and most people liked the idea of narrow sashing around the string blocks. I thought that would… Continue reading

Endeavourers Reveal Day 6 – Raindrops

It is time for the reveal day of the online group The Endeavourers.  This time our theme was “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head.” I love rainy days because I can stay inside… Continue reading

A Quilt Consultation Book

One of our friends is expecting a baby, so of course I would like to make her a quilt!  I want it to reflect her taste, not mine, though, so I prepared a… Continue reading

ScrapHappy February 2019

If each of us were assigned the task of designing a dog fabric, and we were told, “Include as many breeds as possible, and make them look fairly realistic,” our resulting fabrics would… Continue reading

Endeavourers Reveal Day 5 – Texture

It is time for another quarterly reveal day, for the online group The Endeavourers.  This time our theme was “Texture.” Our themes are picked at random from a list, but I felt we… Continue reading

Goals for 2019

I love the beginning of the year, sitting down with a hot cup of tea and my quilting notebooks, to plan lots of projects.  This year I am happy to participate in Quilting… Continue reading

Wrapping up 2018

I did not get a whole lot of quilting done in 2018, but many of the things I did accomplish had been on my to-do list for a long time. 2018 was the… Continue reading

The Bottomless Bin of Red Scraps

It’s been almost two years since I bought eight shoeboxes full of scraps (and a lot of big pieces, too) from my friend, Marilyn, who had to downsize.  For this ScrapHappy project, I… Continue reading