While I usually make new neices and nephews each a baby quilt, it is wonderful to have these easy baby gifts on hand to give to co-workers and acquaintances! A baby can never have too many blankets.
Those of us who grew up with sewing mothers understand about sewing sheers. They are NOT to be used for construction paper projects, Barbie hairstyling, or cutting your own bangs. (Been there, done that!)
Quilt as You Go The GourmetQuilter has the best tutorials I've ever seen for Quilt-as-you-go! This technique works best with small projects like placemats or table runners. For larger quilts, the blocks need sashing.
"Periwinkle Flower Garden" (c) Vintage Vixen Press
"Periwinkle Flower Garden" About the Quilt: I fell in love with Moda's Meadowbloom fabrics and snatched up a layer cake as soon as my favorite quilt shop got them in stock! I paired the layer cake with a new template - the Periwinkle (Kite) shape that gives this pattern its name! The Periwinkle Template is… Continue reading Periwinkle Flower Garden – Part 1
This is a very simple quilt that I created for a very special neice. These juvenille prints prints in bright colors made the quilt very fun to piece! The pattern is a basic square-in-square, great for pre-cuts. I used 60 charm squares and 40 jelly roll strips, but a variety of fat quarters would do the… Continue reading The Danica