Design Wall and Quilt Tops

This was what my dining room wall looked like on Sunday night. The quilt tops were laid out and I had stitched 2/3 of one top together. I finished the diamond in diamond top on Monday. I’m pleased with the top and for the most part the points actually line up. I’m excited to start […]

Hometown Reunion & Working Big

Hometown Reunion (52” x 52”) I pieced together 144 5” squares of Hometown and Reunion fabrics with some Ash Kona and 4 squares of unknown origin that came with the Hometown charm pack created by a local quilt shop. It’s backed in medium gray Kona and quilted in concentric squares – my favorite method of […]


On my to-do list a few week ago was to make thank you gifts for my Etsy shop orders. I had been printing business cards at home and wrapping them in lace and trim. I love doing this but my day job has been extra busy (meaning longer hours) so I wanted something a bit […]

Pezzy Thread

I received an order from the Fat Quarter Shop last week. In it were 2 Pezzy Print charm packs and 2 Porcelain Bella Solids charm packs. I started pairing them up and soon a quilt top was finished. The top was very boring until I added the quilting. Each column was quilted with coordinating thread […]

Kitty in the Garden

Kitty in Garden (12” x 8.5”) The scraps from the Love My Bike quilt were shuffled around my studio for a few weeks.         Blue and green flowers         Gray and white strips         Scraps of orange and pink that I cut, auditioned and rejected Last weekend they came together with scraps of blue from the Almost Ticker […]

Play Fabric Book

I started this fabric book last November. I worked on it in bits and finally dove into it last week. The book is constructed from felt and flannel fused to a dreamy cotton gauze and a vintage table scarf cut into smaller pieces I embellished the pages with fabrics, cheesecloth and trims I had dyed […]

Fabric Book for Ashley

Fabric Book (7” x 7” x 2”) My friend Ashley is celebrating her birthday tomorrow. I’ve been downloading photos of her family for the last few months so I could put together a fabric book. I printed the photos onto Jacquard Inkjet Printing Cotton fabric sheets. I constructed the book with canvas and cotton batting […]