Free Layer Cake Quilt Pattern

I absolutely love quilt patterns that are created from one block and that look complicated, but are super easy to piece. This layer cake pattern, I think, fits that perfectly. So, here is the quilt block. It looks like there are a lot of small pieces, and while there are, it is constructed much easier... Continue Reading →

Free Panel Quilt Pattern

I fell in love with the Hazy Mountain Panel as soon as I saw it and almost immediately had two ideas for quilts. Ok... maybe I had three, however, one was just leaving the panel as is and quilting it with some cozy flannel! I may still do that because this panel is pure perfection!... Continue Reading →

Mini Pumpkin Wall Hanging

Fall is in the air, finally, and even here in Texas it is cooling down. I wanted to get a few fall projects in before I started in on all my Christmas sewing plans. Why does the end of the year always fly by so quickly!? This mini pumpkin wall hanging comes together so fast!... Continue Reading →

Easy, No Glue, Quilt Design Boards

Quilt Design Boards are so useful during so many stages of the quilt making process. First, I like to use them to organize all my cut pieces for a quilt. I stack them up and use alphabitties to label them per the pattern I am using. Shop Alphabitties: here I also use design boards to... Continue Reading →

Quilt Subscription Boxes

I think subscription boxes are so much fun! I love being introduced to new fabrics and sewing notions that I wouldn't typically choose or know about. There are so many different subscription boxes to choose from. The subscription boxes I have tried range in price and type. I will try to organize them for you... Continue Reading →

12 Christmas Fabric Projects

Gingham Christmas Pillow - Day 2 These 12 Days of Christmas Fabric projects will be featured on my YouTube Channel Starting December 1st 2021. These blog posts may not contain all of the assembly instructions so check out the videos on YouTube for further instructions or reach out to me for assistance! YouTube Link This... Continue Reading →

Dress Shirt Quilts

Making a quilt from dress shirts, think men's button up shirts, can be tricky because you will often find yourself using many different patterns and fabric types. But, with a few little tips and tricks the stress level of this type of project decreases exponentially. First, think of starch as your friend. Starch, especially a... Continue Reading →

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