Tag Archive: crib quilts

Nature Quilt Finished!

I wonder how many of my posts follow this formula:  “Plan A + Materials B = Progress to Point C.  Suddenly, Difficulty D comes along and causes everything to go horribly awry, at… Continue reading

Custom-Designed Fabrics for a Nature Quilt

So my younger daughter is having a baby (YAY!) and she requested a quilt with a “Forest Friends” theme, something with cute owls and foxes and raccoons.  She sent me about eight pictures… Continue reading

Bright Blocks for Gray Days

About five years ago, the coordinator of my quilting group was cleaning out leftovers from group projects, and I took home some of those scraps, including some tiny little nine-patches that were only… Continue reading

Finishing Up February

I only got two (count them, two) projects done in February. The first one was the blue and green log cabin lap quilt that was almost done by the end of January.  Here… Continue reading

My Basic Quilt

Since I am going to be using up scraps this month, I thought I would start by showing my basic technique for a quilt.  Think of it as the “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”… Continue reading

Plans, Projects, and Resolutions

I love to plan.  I probably have more fun planning than other people do actually doing things.  I can’t think without making a list. So here are a few of my plans for… Continue reading

Fresh Finds

Yesterday my husband and I spent a lovely afternoon browsing in the shops of Huntsville, Texas, and of course I managed to find a few things that really needed me to rescue them… Continue reading

Sunflower Quilt

The fabric in the center is one of my favorites – it’s just so happy!

Color Switch

I make mostly crib-size quilts.  It’s too hard to manipulate big hunks of material through my regular-size machine.  I have enough trouble keeping pieces lined up – when I factor in batting and… Continue reading