Awhile back, I shared a couple of quilts I made using a stack of fat quarter cuts of fabric called Comm by Zen Chic. If you remember, I shared a 2-Sided Brick Quilt I made using some of the fabrics in the stack and a strip quilt made using more of the fabric. This Bright bullion quilt was my choice for using up the last little bit of it. Continue reading →
In my last post, I shared some fabric I had found and fell in love with (Comma Fabric by Zen Chic). I also shared two brick block quilt tops I made using the fabric. If you read through this post, you might remember that I only used 25 of the 40 fat quarters that came in the bundle. My daughter had fallen in love with a strip quilt she saw on Pinterest so I decided to try making a similar one for her.
While I had plenty of fat quarters left to make this Comma Zen strip quilt, and that was my original plan, I actually made this quilt mainly using scraps from brick quilt tops. I did, however, cut a few strips from each of the leftover fat quarters, but I had enough fabric left for even one more quilt top. Continue reading →
If you are looking for a fast and easy Halloween quilting project, you might want to give this small tablecloth a try. Of course, you can use this pattern to make quilts for other occasions, such as Christmas, or use fabrics that match your decor. If you are looking for a homemade gift ideas for someone special, this would be a great option! Continue reading →
I figured since I am giving Hidden Treasure Crafts a new beginning, I would start talking about my quilts from the beginning. This is the first quilt I made (in 2002).
Considering I am now designing my own quilt patterns, I can’t believe I was so nervous to make this simple rail fence quilt. In my defense, as far as I am concerned, I think most finished quilts look anything but simple. I think that is one of the things I now love about quilting — how you can get such complex looking designs usually by making simple, straight stitched and cuts. Continue reading →