New Pattern: Razor's Edge Quilt - Bloggers Quilt Festival

23 October 2015

Meet my Razor's Edge Quilt!!
I am in love with this quilt.  I designed this quilt with the hopes of breaking into my Anna Maria Horner stash that I had been saving for that "special" project.  The pattern is now available on Craftsy.

I had some help from my Stash Sewciety bee ladies who tested the pattern for me and they did an amazing job.

This quilt measures 78" x 98" finished but the size is easily adjustable and it's the perfect scrap buster project.

I am linking this quilt up with Amy's Blogger's Quilt Festival in the Large Quilt Category.

Blogger's Quilt Festival 2015 / ROYGBIV Category

20 May 2015

I always love when it comes time for the Blogger's Quilt Festival!  There is so much inspiration in one place.  If you haven't had a chance to go check out the amazing quilts that have been linked up you really should!  You can do that here.

I have decided to enter, Radiant, in the ROYGBIV category!

You can see the original post about this quilt here.

I think the matched binding is my favorite part.
This is my own design as well!  The pattern will be released soon.  

This quilt will always have a special place in my heart.  This quilt has changed my future dreams and has impacted the direction I want to go in the "quilting world".  And that is part of the reason that I chose the name, "Radiant".  This quilt illuminated my path.  I will treasure it always.

Some stats:
64" x 80"
Pieced by me
Quilted by Bettepat Graves @sewaggie
Warm and Natural Batting
Be sure to check out all the other entries on Amy's blog!

Blogger's Quilt Festival 2015 / Modern Quilt Category

20 May 2015

There are so many swaps popping up in the IG community and I decided to participate in the Cotton and Steel Mini Quilt Swap.  I designed this mini for my partner, who has yet to receive this.  All of the fabrics that I used are from the Cotton and Steel lines.  
I love working with the ROYGBIV palette!

I am entering this mini quilt into the Modern Category of the Blogger's Quilt Festival.

My partner requested a mini that was modern, minimalistic, and colorful.  I don't always do well with being minimalistic when it comes to quilt design but I tried my best.  I hope that she will enjoy what will be coming her way soon.

Some stats:
18" x 18"
Foundation Paper-Pieced and Quilted by me
Warm and Natural Batting
Quilted with Aurifil 50wt Cotton Thread
Be sure to check out all the other entries on Amy's blog!

Etno Blog Tour

12 April 2015

I was so excited when the lovely and amazingly talented Pat Bravo asked me to be a part of the Etno Blog Tour.  She sent the most gorgeous fabrics for me to play with!  If you have missed out on the tour, you can find all of the details here. 

As soon as I laid eyes on these beauties I knew I had to create something that would embody the nature of these prints.   I sketched out my idea and went straight to work.  I love how all of these prints play so well together.  This collection has some large scale prints that would be perfect to use all by themselves but it also has some that would function as fantastic blenders or staples to add to your stash.  I have fallen in love with her low volume prints in this collection.  I would buy a whole bolt if I could!

Oh and don't even get me started on the feel of these fabrics!  Art Gallery is known for the luxurious feel to their prints.  There are no words to describe them!

After the agonizing decision of trying to decide which fabrics to cut into first, I quickly made progress on my pillow cover.

I can't say enough about how gorgeous and inspiring this collection is.  If you are in a sewing rut, this is the collection to get you out of it!

Thank you Pat, for letting me play along, it has truly been a pleasure!  Your designs are inspiring and I can't wait to get my hands on your upcoming collection, Artisan

And if you have missed any of the stops on the tour you should go check those out.  There are so many amazing projects that will surely make you want to run to your machine and start working away!  Yesterday, Kathryn of Upitis Quilts posted a modern table runner, and I know Abbey will have something wonderful for you to see tomorrow!

Monday March 30thAllison Dutton │Allison Sews
Tuesday March 31stBrandi Blowers │BNB Studios
Wednesday April 01stMiki Simic│Mint Needle
Thursday  April 02nd Rochelle New│Lucky Lucille
Friday April 03rdTeri Dodds│Fa Sew LA
Saturday April 04thLisa Nielsen│The Quilt Jam
Sunday April 05thHilary Smith│Young Texan Mama
Wednesday April 08thNancy Purvis│Owens Olivia
Thursday April 09thBecky McCoy│Sewin 4 Him
Friday April 10thErin Stewart│Poppy Quin
Saturday April 11thKathryn Upitis│Upitis Quilts
Sunday April 12th → Lori Hartman│Lori Hartman Designs
Monday April 13th → Abbey Garcia│Sew Charleston
Tuesday April 14th → Aida Valverde│Aika Maku
Wednesday April 15th → Debbie Jeske│A Quilter's Table
Thursday April 16th → Lara Bowditch│Scrap Quilt Preach
Friday April 17th → Isabel Kelly│Lamb and Wolfie
  Saturday April 18th → Kylie Kelsheimer│Faith Love Fabric

Etno Blog Tour

04 April 2015

I have been busy working on a project for the Etno Blog Tour.

I can't wait to share it with you guys on April 12th!  If you haven't seen Pat Bravo's new line, Etno, you really should check it out.  Etno, is gorgeous and I couldn't wait to work with the prints.  There have already been some amazing projects featured.  You can see the whole schedule here.

I am also getting ready for Sew South and I am beyond excited!!  My prep list is a mile long and it's a little less than two weeks away.  I see some long nights in my future. 
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