Tag Archives: baby quilt

Bento Box Quilt

By | June 28, 2019

The website where I found this Bento Box quilt pattern has long since taken down the tutorial, Too bad since it was a very well written pattern so it is a pity I can not link back to it. I guess that is what happens when you work on a project for 4 or 5… Read More »

Fish Quilt

By | June 18, 2019

A friend of ours is having a third baby and for each of her first two babies we made her a quilt that was “sea” themed. This time around we couldn’t find any suitable materials and were at a loss what to make until I saw a quilt on another blog called  one-fish-two-fish-red-fish-blue-fish    That was… Read More »

Happy Blocks and Maple Leafs

By | May 15, 2019

Three of my recent finishes are my happy blocks quilt and 2 Maple Leafs quilts.  The Toronto Maple Leafs fabric was bought when my nephews were much younger and is no longer suitable for a quilt for either of them, hence these quilts that will be donated to my guild for the charity outreach program.… Read More »

Small Scrappy Quilt

By | March 17, 2019

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 »

Fall Quilt Retreat

By | October 27, 2018

Last weekend I headed to quilt retreat with one of the quilt guilds I belong to. Four days up north of the city in cottage country, with great ladies, my favourite hobby, lots of good food and snacks and wonderful scenery.  Just what I needed after a crazy few months of work and life in… Read More »

Windmill Quilt

By | September 23, 2018

I’m so happy my Windmill quilt is finished! The pattern is from the Patch the Giraffe blog where it was called Big Bock Quilt and is about 36″ square. It went together well!  A simple pattern yet a lovely bold result. It’s backed with pink material in the quilt top.   I’m really pleased that my blue… Read More »