I started these two moving truck blankets as an experiment. Scraps, blocks and strips already pieced went into each outdoor quilts. I used simple running stitch and whip stitch. Nothing fancy, I didn’t plan the layout, just got to it and sewed the blocks and chunks of fabric down onto the moving blanket. I had… Continue reading Upcycled Moving Blankets-Updated
I made this simple couch pillow. Basic stitches such as stem stitch, feather stitch, French knots and bullion stitch. Do have a favorite go to stitch?
I love making new things and this is my summer purse. Its made using Shades of Grey organic cotton and reused denim. I love the little dingle of frayed denim on the sides. What do you make? Purses, bags, table runners, clothing what? I’d love to know?
These photos are the latest on new designs. I love crazy quilting and this is a good one!
Absolutely Yes! T-Shirts are fine to put into quilts as long as they are in good shape and you are willing to work with stretchy fabric, simply adding a light stabilizer onto the back of each T-shirt logo is key.
This is an example that is in a private collection here in the Bulkley Valley. This started out me rummaging through all sorts of bins of fabric from my stash. I found the pink first, but thought it was a little too bright for more of it than is seen. I used about 5×3 piece… Continue reading Tuscan Summer Cushion
This little quilt is 36 inches square. I started it for a competition several years ago and missed the deadline. I am so glad I’ve finished it.