I am digging into my stash and finding sultry vintage fabrics, solid colors and soft pretty petal styles of fabric to go with this collection. I have an awesome new pattern on the drawing sheet! This is what got me excited; imagine these fabrics together in one quilt? These lovely fat quarters are what I’ve… Continue reading Stash n’ Organic Vintage Quilt
Everything has a start and this is a little story about how I came to be making a new quilt pattern. The pattern is called “Snow Town Folk” and it will be available until the new year by subscription to Quilters Connection Magazine. I was busy hand quilting my sons graduation quilt back in 2007. … Continue reading Snow Town Folk New Quilt Pattern
I achieved a measure of performance this past summer that my business counselor would be proud of. I was organized, ready to learn more and then realised I didn’t have any proper signage for the booth. It was two days before the fall fair event.We were really pushed for time with opening dates for the… Continue reading 15 quilts in a Day
I found the Pay It Forward on Ivona’s blog from Serbia I think. Anyway, its about helping to share our special parts of this wonderfully huge world of quilting and crafting. Pay it forward is a way to get people participating with actual sharing, so here goes! As you can see I’m quite capable of… Continue reading Pay It Forward- Sharing, Leave a Comment
T-shirts can go into a quilt and its all quite simple. Here is an example of what I do with t-shirts, logo from sweatshirts, and other personal items a customer want in this quilt. This location is the Tyhee Provincial Park and Campground. My client called me about 2 weeks into the project and said… Continue reading What you can do with T-shirts and fabric!
This lovely twin size quilt was made in the 1970’s by Katrina Penner of Quick, BC. She was a former member of Quick WI until she passed away a few years ago. Her daughter Louise donated the quilt top to our group so we could quilt it up and donate it to one of… Continue reading Vintage Penner Quilt Top Donated to Fire Victim
Round Robin Quilt Exchanges are so much fun! I’ve done a few and I recommend you participate if you have the time to really put into it. This one started out with one block 12.5 inches square, then the next person put on one border, then the next another border and then you finish it.… Continue reading Round Robin Examples of Great Quilts!