This quilt really highlights a focus fabric nicely. And in my case, helps use up some fabrics I found at a local thrift shop in a way that looks nicely coordinated. I was wasting time looking for inspiration on Pinterest a while ago and saw a picture of this quilt which I liked enough to… Read More »
This is another of my quilts that came from the Zig Zag Nines quilt by Bonnie Hunter that I ended up deciding not make when it was already partially assembled. Crazy yes, but I just didn’t have a use for a king sized monstrosity of a quilt and the assembly of it was not going… Read More »
I wasn’t happy with the nine patch quilt as originally made. It was too long and skinny. I’m intending (as of now) for it to be a child’s charity cuddle quit but as initially made it would only be useful if the child was a skinny beanpole. So, first I made an additional column and… Read More »
I started making some 9 patches a la Bonnie Hunter. Scrappy whites/lights, scrappy anything goes colours, darks in the center and outside corners and lights in the other positions. I made a bunch with no real plan in mind. Simple pleasurable, mindless sewing – the best kinkd. The a friend showed me a quilt .… Read More »
I’m so happy to have my 144 patch quilt completed. I first wrote about creating it quite some time ago in this blog entry. Now it’s finally completed and ready to gift or donate. I found a lovely light and medium green plaid flannel to back it with – even better it was just big… Read More »
This quilt started out as part of a much bigger quilt. I was going to make a king size quilt called Rick Rack Nines designed by Bonnie Hunter but I got absolutely lost during it’s assembly. I picked it up three different times during assembly and each time just made more of a mess of… Read More »
An easy car themed quilt made a few years go. Turned out pretty cute.