Are you a candy lover with a passion for quilting? Well, I've got a treat for you! My newest quilt pattern, Yum Yum Candy, is now available. It might not satisfy your sweet tooth, but it will add a pop of color to your home. So grab a bag of your favorite candies, because it's time to share all the details behind the Yum Yum Candy cover quilt.
I'm beyond excited to share with you today, my newest quilt pattern, Mood Swings. This fun and playful quilt pattern is a take on emotions, that we all experience from time to time. Whether we are sad, happy, mad or a little unsure.
The Mood Swings quilt pattern is beginner to confident beginner friendly. The pattern includes 4 different size options, from baby to full.
Do you struggle with not having a large enough wall space to layout your quilt blocks? I'm right there with you.
When you live in a home less than 1,000 square feet, it can be hard to have wall or even floor space large enough to arrange and assemble quilt blocks. If you're anything like me, you've tried everything, from laying them out on the bed, dining room table, or closet door, but it always turns out to be a disaster. The blocks keep blowing or falling off and your furry little helpers are right in the middle.
Sometimes, I hear how other people got their start into quilting and I feel so abby normal. I didn’t take the traditional route, so to speak.
In 2018, I designed my first quilt, Backyard Meadow, in Adobe Illustrator. The design was very ambitious and I can even recall my mom, saying “don’t you want to start with something simpler”? But I was determined to just go for it.
I'm beyond excited to be sharing with you today, of all days, my newest quilt pattern Howdy... Texas. If you didn't know today, March 2nd, is Texas Independence Day. This day means a great deal to us Texans, it's when we officially declared our independence from Mexico and became the Republic of Texas. Texas is reach in history and I could explain more, but you're here for quilts, right? So, let's move onto all the details about the Howdy... Texas quilt pattern.
If you are looking for the ultimate scrap, charm pack or layer cake friendly quilt pattern, then look no further, the Utter Chaos quilt pattern is simply that. This no waste quilt pattern is skilled for an advanced beginner that wants to challenge their piecing skills. Utter Chaos defies all rules (well maybe just a couple)...
Miss Farrah is the cutest, most fun and friendliest non-spooky Halloween mashup! She may not spook, but she is surely spooktacular! This ghostly witch is certain to put a magical spell on you, or at least make you smile with Halloween delight.
A couple months back I put out a call for new quilt testers. A few reached out, but based on the timeline they couldn’t commit. Then, the day I sent out the quilt pattern files to the testers that agreed, Marina reached out to see if I still needed any testers. At first, I thought I have a good handful I don’t need anymore but then something told me to say yes.
First, if you aren’t following Amy yet,@amyjohnstonrobertson, hop over to Instagram and, give her a follow! Her fabric pulls are beyond stunning, so you won’t regret that follow! Then pop back over to read all about her Flitter Flutter quilt…
I'm thrilled to introduce the Hoppy Bunnies quilt pattern with you! One night about a month ago, inspiration struck so I grabbed my graph paper and sketched out these cute little bunnies. I'm sure you've guessed it by now, but if you haven't, these cute bunnies were inspired by
The First Bloom quilt pattern is traditional pieced, using squares, half-square triangles and 3 patch quarter square triangles. It is rated for a "Beginner" that is confident with their 1/4" seam allowance. After the trimming of the half-square triangle units this quilt pieces together rather fast.
The Prickly Pear collection by Emily Taylor for Figo Fabrics has had my heart for months. It reminds me of our family trips out to West, Texas; more specifically Alpine, Fort Davis and Marfa, with the pretty landscape and beautiful sunsets.
I'm happy to share with you today, my newest pattern, the Nanette quilt! This pattern was designed in honor of my grandmother, Grandnan. She was the awesome lady that introduced my mom and I to the quilting world a few decades ago.
The All Wrapped Up quilt is the fourth time I've had the pleasure of working with quilt pattern testers. This time I went with a smaller group and they were so helpful in pointing out details within the pattern that needed improvement.
When I first saw the Peppermint fabric collection by Dana Willard for Figo Fabrics, I was overcome with joy. The sweet little white trees and bows remind me so much of Christmas growing up. When we would decorate the tree with silver tinsel and all the presents were wrapped with pretty ribbon bows.
The Huge Heart quilt has been on my mind for over a year. It's gone through several changes, from complex triangle piecing to what is now a beginner friendly pattern. It includes basic square piecing and a few half-square triangle units.
Plus, it's like getting 3 patterns for 1 because each quilt size within the pattern has a different sized heart.