After working on Quilt 011, I needed a quilt that was a little easier to piece together. I really loved the herringbone design I did on Quilt 002. It is so flexible for boys or girls. My nephew LOVES orange. This is one quilt that didn’t need a pop of orange because it IS orange!… Continue reading Quilt 012 – Dalton
It has been a while since I have posted! Mostly just because I couldn’t really post the next two quilts since they are Christmas presents for my niece and nephew. It took a long time to find a design I really liked for Aubrey’s quilt. I knew she wanted pink. She loves pink. I found… Continue reading Quilt 011 – Aubrey
My sister is having her first baby so it gave me another reason to quilt some more! I found this inspiration quilt on Pinterest. I immediately went to fabric.com and started finding different plaids. It took some time but I eventually decided I liked a blue/green color scheme with a pop of orange. I mean… Continue reading Quilt 009 & 010 – Raylan
I heard about Quilts for Kids and thought this was a perfect way to utilize my quilting skills after I ran out of babies to make quilts for at the moment. They send you the fabric and pattern, and you just sew it all together! I got my fabric in the mail, and started getting it put… Continue reading Quilt 008 – Quilts for Kids
I saw this quilt on Pinterest, and immediately liked that it was a “cleaner” version of the rag quilts. It is very simple. You cut out three sizes of squares (9, 6, & 3 inches). The hardest part was laying it out and evenly distributing the colors. Sheets at target were on clearance, so I grabbed a… Continue reading Quilt 007
I made the mistake and went to the fabric store down the road to just “browse”. Well I found a jelly roll I just completely fell in love with. I am a solid fabric kind of gal, but this camping fabric was just too perfect. These two quilts were created using Moda Jelly Rolls (S’more… Continue reading Quilt 005 – TBD & 006 – Jude
This quilt is a copycat of quilt 001. I found these inspirational quilts from Pinterest (Here, Here, and Here). I used the same pink flannel, but used a Kona solid green fabric on the front. It went beautifully with the pink/orange flower fabric I found on fabric.com.