First of all, I wanted to use this post to announce the re-opening of my Etsy store. It has been quite awhile since I have posted anything for sale but that is going to change! I had a lot of fun making these little gems and look forward to making many more.
I have a plastic bin in my craft cupboard that I use to collect extra quilt blocks. Usually, when I am designing my own quilt tops, I make way too make blocks plus some quilt patterns I use leave me with extras… I can’t bear to just toss these so I have been collecting them. Recently I decided to go through this bin and see what I could come up with. Continue reading →
Perhaps I was a little too excited when my daughter (my oldest child) went to college… I made these wall hangings for her and her friends and dorm mates so they could decorate and personalize the hallway outside of their dorm rooms. Continue reading →
If you want a nice Halloween decoration to hang up in your own home, or to give as a gift, perhaps one of these amazing Halloween wall hangings will interest you. You will find an assortment of free patterns that are great from beginners to the more advanced quilter in this collection.
Browse through this collection see which one interested you the most. Actually, if you get started now Which one do you think will look best in your living room or hanging on your office door? Is there one that would make a lovely gift for a neighbor, friend, or relative? Continue reading →
I know I have skipped around a little bit, but here is my 4th quilt. It is a small wall hanging (approximately 21″ x 24″) made to look like a shelf of mason jars. The pattern I used for the blocks is similar to this tall jar quilt block shared by Janet.
As you can tell by looking at the picture, I made 8 jars out of 8 different floral fabrics. I made a label for each jar by printing an ingredient name (the ingredients that the recipe calls for) on printable fabric. I made the center square to look like a recipe card and on it I printed out a “Recipe for a Happy Day”. Continue reading →