Welcome to my project gallery--where you can find all my creations in one place!
Inspired by black and white tile. Fabric is Bloomington for Moda Fabrics + Moda Bella Solid "Lead" for the alternating blocks. Pieced by me, quilted by Natalia Bonner. Pattern available in PDF or paper formats.
Ooh la la! Another one inspired by a Moroccan tile design. Make it with 1 Layer Cake (precut 10" squares) + your favorite accent print. Available in PDF or paper formats.
My scrappy take on a herringbone quilt design! Fabric is my Bloomington collection for Moda Fabrics. The pattern is available in my shop as a PDF or printed booklet. This one was pieced and quilted by Kaitlyn Howell of Knot + Thread Design.
Make it with 1 Honeybun (precut 1.5" strips) and 9 fat quarters. (FYI: You can also substitute a Layer Cake--precut 10" squares--in place of the Honeybun.) I pieced this quilt and had it quilted by JC Quilting.
A popular pattern found in my Jelly Filled book. Fabric is Bloomington for Moda Fabrics.
A little peek of the pretty details of my new hanging travel bag pattern made with the coated prints of Bloomington fabric. Pattern is available in PDF or paper formats.
A jelly roll quilt using Persimmon by BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics. Read about the quilt here on the blog, or check it out in the shop as $5 PDF pattern!
One of my bestselling patterns updated in Harvest Road fabric. Make it with 1 Layer Cake, or for a less scrappy look, use 10 fat quarters. Pattern available in PDF or paper.
A fat quarter quilt using Harvest Road fabric. This is a great beginner intro to on point quilts! Pattern is available in my shop in PDF or paper.
A simple sampler style quilt made with 1 Layer Cake, 9 fat quarters (block backgrounds), and 9 fat eighths (block leaf points). Available in my shop in PDF or paper.
My first ever Honeybun quilt pattern. Make it with 1 Honeybun (42 strips 1 1/2'' x WOF) or fat eighths.
An update to an old favorite. Two size options, make it with 1 or 2 Layer Cakes.
My first pattern using mini charm packs! If you're like me, I've collected oodles of mini charms over the years and have wondered what to do with them. I thought a pin cushion would fit the bill nicely and this 4'' version of my Open Heart quilt is so sweet for this. 1 mini charm pack will make 3 pin cushions (including a scrappy patch backing). Blogged about here, available in my shop in PDF or paper.
I absolutely adore tiny pieces in a quilt. They are stunning to look at and bring a wonderful sense of accomplishment to the maker. It's not difficult to make, but look just how stunning the simplicity brings. What I love most about this is it is the ultimate scrap quilt--make it with 2 charm packs, or 6 mini charm packs, or 9 fat eighths, or scraps. Anything really--mix all your collections together and see what you can come up with. Diamond Dust is blogged about here, and is available in the shop in PDF or paper.
This quilt reminds me of the ones I used to see around Grandma's house when I was a child. They were wonderfully scrappy--not made from yardage like we buy now--but made from old aprons and dresses. Anything they could find, really. Square Dance has a similar hodgepodge sort of charm and is made with 1 Jelly Roll. Blogged about here, and in the shop in PDF or paper.
The tester quilt for Dishes using Hello Darling by Bonnie & Camille for Moda. Made with 1 Layer Cake. Quilting by Melissa Eubanks.A fat eighth pattern using my Nest Fabric for Moda Fabrics. Quilting by Natalia Bonner.A Layer Cake pattern using my Nest Fabric. Quilted by Kaitlyn Howell.A closeup of the baby version made with a Grey Couture Grunge (BasicGrey) background. Quilting by Natalia Bonner.A Jelly Roll quilt made in Nest Fabrics. Quilting by Kaitlyn Howell.A fat quarter pattern using Nest Fabric. Quilting by Natalia Bonner.An exclusive pattern designed for Quilter's Candy Box (a monthly subscription box). Uses my Farmer's Daughter collection for Moda Fabrics and is a wall hanging made with 5 fat quarters. PDF version available here.Uses a mix of my Farmer's Daughter/Sugar Pie/Olive's Flower Market collections. Custom quilting by Natalia Bonner.A layer cake quilt using Biscuits & Gravy fabric by BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics. This is a great beginner quilt if new to curves. I recommend using the Creative Grids Circle Savvy Ruler but I've included a template for an alternative cutting option. Quilted by Allison Black.A fat quarter quilt using Biscuits & Gravy fabric by BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics. Pieced and quilted by Allison Black.A sweet wall hanging miniature version of my original By the Chimney quilt. Fabric uses a mix of Bonnie & Camille fabrics, as well as some of my Sugar Pie greens.A jelly roll + fat quarter pattern using my Farmer's Daughter collection for Moda Fabrics. Quilted by Natalia Bonner.A fat eighth pattern using Farmer's Daughter fabric. Custom quilting by Natalia Bonner.A fat quarter quilt pattern using Farmer's Daughter. Custom quilting by Natalia Bonner.Another Barn Style quilt using a white background.One of the quilts found in my new book, Charm School. All the quilts in this book can be made with 5'' squares whether that be from charm packs, fat quarters, scraps, and more! Blogged about here, available on Amazon.com here. Fabric is Arizona by April Rhodes for Art Gallery Fabrics. Custom quilting by Natalia Bonner.Made with 2 charm packs, also from my new book Charm School. Fabric is Evergreen by BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics. Quilting by Abby Latimer.This scrappy delight can be made with just about anything in your stash. Leftover charm packs, mini charms, layer cakes, jelly rolls, fat quarters, or scraps! It's from my book Charm School. Fabric is Farmhouse by Fig Tree Quilt & Co for Moda Fabrics, quilting by Abby Latimer.Yup, another quilt from Charm School. I made this one using fat quarters of Fancy & Fabulous fabric by Fancy Pants Designs for Riley Blake Designs but it can also be made with charm packs, scraps, or any other leftover 5'' squares you may have.I've adapted my mini Social Butterfly block into a full quilt pattern in my book, Charm School. The best part? Make it with charm packs or scraps! Fabric uses various Cotton + Steel collections, quilted by Miriam Rawson.Another quilt in my book using Daysail fabric by Bonnie & Camille for Moda Fabrics. Quilting by Abby Latimer.This wonky quilt is from my Charm School book and uses charm squares of Amy Ellis' Serenity collection for Moda Fabrics. Quilting by Abby Latimer.
Pieced by Vanessa Goertzen, quilting by Natalia BonnerHere's another color option using a white sprinkle background!
Pieced and quilt by April Rosenthal
Pieced by Vanessa Goertzen, quilting by Abby Latimer
Pieced by Vanessa Goertzen, quilting by Kaitlyn Howell.
Pieced by Vanessa Goertzen, quilting by Abby Latimer.Same pattern but with a Moda Crossweave black background.This sweet little quilt pattern comes inside each Moda Frivols tin #9 starring Little Miss Sunshine fabric! Read all about this collectible tin-of-the-month here.The second quilt is called Checkmate and uses 16 fat quarters. Blogged about here, pattern available in my shop.My free "Goody Goody binding kit" tutorial found 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.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.
Used with permission from American Patchwork & Quilting® magazine.
©2014 Meredith Corporation. All rights reserved.CARTWHEELThe pattern tester for my Cartwheel pattern that was released late March 2014. Blogged about here, pattern not yet available.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.CARTWHEELLICKETY-SPLITBOO BAGSSince Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, I celebrated by making these trick-or-treat bags. Tutorial here.WIND POWERI 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.SPARE CHANGESpare Change quilt--a spin on a traditional coin quilt pattern. See full blog post here.SCRAPPY DICEHere'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?TETRISOne of my favorite experiments! Blogged about here.JUMPING JACKSGRAMMY'S KNITTING NEEDLE ORGANIZERA complete tutorial on how to make the perfect little pouch for storing knitting needles.SUGAR RUSHSugar Rush quilt using Oh Deer fabric by Momo for Moda. Blogged about it here.HIBERNATETWINKLE TOES STOCKINGSSome of the first stockings I ever made. Unfortunately the pattern is out of print!PERFECTLY PERCHEDLAPTOP SLEEVETutorial here--can be adapted to fit most electronic devices!BABY ON THE GOThese 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.Zigzag Frenzy quilt. I used fabric from a collection called "Pure" by Sweetwater for Moda.My first quilt--I made this when I was 14. The center mosaic was a pattern I followed, but I designed the smaller mosaic blocks, and layout. I didn't know what I was doing and pretty much made it up as I went along. I was very ambitious--freemotion quilted it myself, and even embroidered a quote about sunflowers in the outer border. Thank goodness my mother didn't make me pick out my mistakes--I never would have finished, or discovered how much I loved designing. This is where it all began!