Welcome to my project gallery--where you can find all my creations in one place!
This quilt is made using 9 half-yard cuts for the blocks. Blogged about here, pattern available here.
This quilt is made using 8 fat quarters plus 24 fat eighths. Blogged about here, pattern found here.
This quilt can be made using a layer cake or fat quarters. Blogged about here, pattern available here.
Can be made with using charm packs, a layer cake, or fat quarters. Blogged about here, or in my shop here.
My Vintage Picnic quilt pattern! This tester version was made in Basic Grey's Fresh Cut fabric from Moda Fabrics. Blogged about here, pattern available here.
Here is the original version of a quilt pattern called Vintage Picnic. It is an exclusive pattern for Fat Quarter Shop and can be purchased here. Blogged about here.
My free "Goody Goody binding kit" tutorial found here.
Here is my baby-sized Shuffle--a really fun tester quilt made with Mixologie fabric by Studio M for Moda. The pattern is found here, blogged about it here.
The following batch of quilts was made for my new Gooseberry fabric for Moda and ships to stores October 2015. See the complete post here.
A fun twist (literally) on a traditional pinwheel quilt. Pattern is available in the shop here. It can be made using two charm packs...
...or fat quarters. Choose a colorful background (like the one above) or keep it simple with white (below).
Come spend the afternoon on the Tea Party quilt. Make it scrappy with a layer cake...
...or make this fun two-tone pink version using yardage of your favorite Gooseberry prints.
One of my favorite jelly roll patterns to date! Pattern available here.
This one is sure to set your heart a-flutter. Make it using 18 fat quarters, pattern found here.
My first mini quilt pattern--great for scraps. Pattern found here.
What do you get when you take Camille's Starlight quilt pattern + Riley Blake's Witch Hazel fabric + Michael Miller "Ta Dots?" = a great Halloween quilt! Blogged here.
My version of Moda Lissa's "Tone it Down" quilt from the February 2014 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting using my Into the Woods fabric. Blogged about here.
Sweet woodland stockings I designed for the December 2014 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting. Blogged about here.
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A great free pattern in 3 different sizes. Use a Layer Cake®, Charm Pack, or Mini Charm pack! Blogged here, free pattern here.
You may remember the original version here but now the pattern is available and uses charm packs or fat quarters! Blogged about here, pattern available in the shop here.
A fat quarter quilt using Into the Woods fabric. Blogged about here, or skip ahead to the tutorial at Moda Bake Shop here.
My first ever doll pattern is now available in my shop!
Not the first time I've made this quilt (and it won't be the last) but this time I've made it with the bright and happy colors of Briar Rose by Heather Ross for Windham. Pattern available here, blogged here.
Had a great time putting this together. Blogged about here.
The pattern tester for my Twinkle quilt pattern that was released late March 2014. Blogged about here, pattern in the shop here.
The pattern tester for my Cartwheel pattern that was released late March 2014. Blogged about here, pattern in the shop here.
A pint-sized version of my Starstruck quilt pattern! Fewer blocks than the original (25 arranged 5 x 5) =the perfect baby gift. Blogged about here.
A sweet quilt inspired by nighttime in the woods. It can be made using a jelly roll, layer cake, or fat quarters. Fabric is my Into the Woods collection for Moda. Full blog post here.
A layer cake pattern using my Into the Woods fabric line. Blogged here.
An easy charm pack quilt pattern using my Into the Woods fabric line. Quilted by the fabulous Abby Latimer of Latimer Lane Quilting. Blogged about here.
A re-make of my popular pattern in my Into the Woods fabric collection. Also quilted by Abby Latimer of Latimer Lane Quilting. Blogged here.
This is a quick and easy layer cake quilt. Blogged about here, pattern in the shop here. Fabric is Avant-Garden by Momo for Moda.
I made a baby-sized version of my Lickety-Split pattern by using 2 charm packs and making half the blocks called for in the pattern. Blogged about here, pattern available in my shop.
Since Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, I celebrated by making these trick-or-treat bags. Tutorial here.
The real star of this design is the beautiful fabric, "Storybook" by Kate & Birdie for Moda. Blogged here, and the pattern is available in my shop.
I fell in love with this fabric, "Mind Your P's and Q's" by Keiki for Moda. No pattern for this one (yet) but you can read about it here.
This quilt-top began as an experiment and became the prototype for my Spare Change pattern. It only took me a year to get around to finishing it! See full blog post here.
Here's a scrappy quilt made using my "Scrappy Dice" tutorial. It added something really special to my daughter's birthday tea party, don't you think?
I really had a lot of fun making up this quilt pattern. This is the Dizzy Spell pattern original prototype blogged about here.
Ha ha, yes, another Dizzy Spell quilt. Blogged about here, pattern available in my shop.
One of my favorite experiments! Blogged about here.
LITTLE BOY BLUE TODDLER BEAN BAG
This soft and cuddly toddler bean bag tutorial is up over at Moda Bake Shop and uses some of Bonnie & Camille's beautiful Marmalade flannels.
My very scrappy Zigzag Frenzy quilt using Marcus Fabrics' Next Wave collection. Pattern available in in my shop.
Pattern available in my shop.
One of my all-time favorites made using "Happy-Go-Lucky" by Bonnie & Camille for Moda. The tutorial was made exclusively for Moda Bake Shop. Blogged here.
An experiment with no pattern yet. Blogged about here.
An ode to winter and the Nordic snowflake. Blogged about here. Pattern available in my shop.
A fun 4-to-9 patch quilt made using a layer cake (OR fat quarters). Blogged about here, pattern available in my shop.
GRAMMY'S KNITTING NEEDLE ORGANIZER
A complete tutorial on how to make the perfect little pouch for storing knitting needles.
I've blogged about it here and the pattern is available in my shop here.
TEA PARTY TUFFETS
Another Moda Bake Shop tutorial!
I decided to make my little bro a cozy flannel man-quilt for Christmas...read about it here. Check out the free pattern over at Marcus Fabrics.
I made a scrappy little playdress for Olive using some of my favorite "Ruby" prints.
A makeover of my toddler's Ikea LÄTT chairs using a little paint, fabric, and batting...see the full tutorial here.
HOUNDSTOOTH CRIB BUMPERS
See the crib bumpers I made for Lorenzo using my tutorial. See his decorated crib here.
TWINKLE TOES STOCKINGS
Deck the halls with my Twinkle Toes stockings! Pattern is available in my shop.
A modern twist on the coin quilt design, blogged about here. Pattern available in my shop.
A doll quilt tutorial using mini Vintage Modern charm packs:
I made this "sample" of my Pat-a-Cake pattern for one of my favorite quilt shops using "Dress Up Days" fabric by Doohikey Designs for Riley Blake.
A simple chevron quilt using my pattern #105. I just doubled the amount of squares to make it even bigger!
PERFECT CRIB BUMPERS WITH PIPING
Here is one of many crib bumper sets I have made (tutorial here).
Here are some hoops I made for Spring Quilt Market 2012 in Kansas City . The fabrics are Vintage Vibe by Faye Burgos for Marcus Fabrics.
Here is my snowball quilt using Laurie Wisbrun's Perfectly Perched fabrics. See my tutorial on how to make a snowball block!
One of my rare clothing-making activities! I decided to tackle an Easter dress for Olive.
A simple blue-and-green quilt I made for a friend! I show you how to do a machine binding on this quilt with my tutorial here. This was an experiment that turned into my Spare Change pattern.
See my quilt made using Joel Dewberry's Aviary 2 fabric. Blogged about here, pattern available in the shop.
MY FUNKY VALENTINES
Check out my free pattern download. Fabrics used are "Ruby" by Bonnie & Camille for Moda.
A new quilt for my toddler's first bed! Fabric is "Ruby" by Bonnie & Camille for Moda. Pattern available here in the shop.
Tutorial here--can be adapted to fit most electronic devices!
BABY ON THE GO
These quilts were featured in McCall's Quick Quilts Feb/Mar 2012. Fabrics are "Aviary 2" by Joel Dewberry.
Boy color version of "Baby on the Go." Fabrics used are "Revive" by Art Gallery Fabrics. Free pattern online pattern available here.
FABULOUS FAUX SNOWBALLS
Tutorial here. So many fun things to do with them!
As seen in McCall's Quick Quilts Nov/Dec 2011. Fabrics are [primarily] from "Twelve Days of Christmas" by Kate Spain for Moda.
AUTUMN TABLE RUNNER
This quilt doesn't really have a name! I made it for Fall Quilt Market 2011 for Marcus Fabrics using the fabric from French Dress by Laura Berringer.
This is my spunky little quilt using a line of fabric called "Chelsea" by Whistler Studios for Windham Fabrics.
"Hugs and Kisses" baby quilt.
My "Baby Boy Texture Book" tutorials. Girl version found here.
This quilt doesn't really have a name yet so I have been calling it "The Quilt of a Thousand Swear Words." Though this quilt actually gave me no trouble, the tutorial came about because of frustrating situations while quilting fleece-backed quilts. It was an experiment that will hopefully turn into a pattern soon.
"Baby Bird Stitchery" tutorial. Perfect for those scraps!
Another Zigzag Frenzy made with "It's a Hoot" by Momo for Moda.
My "Spring Dot Table Runner" tutorial.
My sunflower quilt. I have no idea who made the original pattern because I made it by looking at my mom's quilt from over ten years ago...
This is my daughter's pinwheel quilt that inspired the Perfect Pinwheels pattern! I used fabric from Riley Blake's "Bloom and Grow" by My Mind's Eye. Once again, you can order the pattern by mail or PDF download.