dog, puppy, baby quilt

A crib quilt for each day of the week

My baby hasn’t even been born yet and already he or she could use their own quilt rack. Thanks to wonderfully talented family and friends, my baby is definitely going … Continue Reading →


patchwork chevron

Secret quilting project reveal

I’ve wrote a few times about a secret quilting project I’ve been working on and I can finally reveal it in full here. The quilt was a group project made … Continue Reading →


ombre crib quilt, Kona Skinny, Bright, 1600, free motion quilting,

Virtual Show and Tell: Ombre crib quilt

The ombre crib quilt is officially done and gifted. I almost didn’t think I’d get it done in time for the baby shower on Saturday, the quilting powers that be … Continue Reading →


Maple Leaf Log Cabin, www.quiltaddictsanonymous.com, pattern available

Learning to quilt feathers

Whenever I’ve had an inkling to learn a new quilting skill, I never start small. More often than not I decide I’m going to do it, and it is going … Continue Reading →


ombre crib quilt, Kona Skinny Strips

Ombre crib quilt top sneak peak

I resisted the very strong urge to start a new project Saturday night and instead finished up the ombre crib quilt top I’ve been working on. I made it from … Continue Reading →


Chevron quilt

January quilting goals: How’d I do

It’s time to come clean on how well I did at accomplishing my quilting goals for the month. I had a pretty long set of goals, and in retrospect it … Continue Reading →


Sock Monkey, crib quilt, Erin Michael, 5 Monkeys, Moda Fabrics,

Sock Monkey crib quilt pattern is here!

The Sock Monkey crib quilt pattern is easily the most popular quilt I’ve ever made on this blog. Two years after I made it, the blog post is still among … Continue Reading →


Ombre crib quilt

Ombre crib quilt tutorial

This quilt in progress has gotten some buzz on Instagram from a few folks who think it looks a whole lot more complicated than it is. So today I’m bringing … Continue Reading →


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Sewing room to nursery: Matching paint to a quilt

Last night I finished hauling the last of the sewing stuff out of the sewing room. It looks so empty and will look even more so once my husband moves … Continue Reading →


Chevron quilt

Washing machine, the final quilting step

  I feel like a quilt isn’t really complete until it’s been through the wash. Hang in with me for a second those of you who think putting the final … Continue Reading →