Herringbone Quilt

Simple can be stunning. Simple is also often easier to make, from start to finish. A simple quilt is easier to pick fabrics for, easier to cut fabrics for, and easier to piece… which means that you’re more likely to have a completed quilt. This herringbone quilt is both simple and awesome. A great combination […]

Patriotic Quilt

Summer is upon us, and if you haven’t already started thinking about it, you might want to make a fun patriotic wall hanging to display on the 4th of July! Really, a patriotic quilt like this one from Gigi’s Thimble would be great for any patriotic holiday here in the US, or you could hang […]

Weight of the World - Sampaguita Quilts

Weighted Star Quilt

Weighted quilts can be very comforting for many people. Specifically, weighted quilts have been used to help people with Autism. The weight is soothing and comforting… and possibly even more so when it comes in the form of a hand-made quilt, right? This beautiful “Weight of the World” quilt comes from Samaguita Quilts. Isn’t the […]

Diamonds in the Deep - Bonjour Quilts

Diamonds in the Deep

Ocean blues, and a subtly changing block come together beautifully in this “Diamonds in the Deep” quilt by Bonjour Quilts. Is it blue on a white background? Is it white on a blue background? Who cares with such a stunning, clean quilt. You could easily change up the colors for a different look. Check out […]

Color Blocked Baby Quilt - Polkadot Chair

Color Blocked Baby Quilt

If you’re a quilter, and you have a pregnant friend, you’ll probably want to whip them up a cute baby quilt. This Color Blocked Babay Quilt from Polkadot Chair is fun, fast, and easy… even if you have more than one pregnant friend to whip up quilts for! Go check out how to make this […]

Radiant Orchid Quilt

Radiant certainly describes this quilt by Erica At Kitchen Table Quilting. Her use of color is stunning, as is the gradient created by her fabric placement. Don’t you love the triangles!? Check out her post to learn about her fabric choices (including the backing and binding!), and what choice she made when selecting her batting.

first quilt - racecars

Fist Quilt – Racecars

Do you remember your first quilt? Maybe you haven’t made your first quilt yet? Either way, check out Lisa’s first quilt! She picked some adorable fabric, and then just went for it! Making a fun quilt for her grandson, that will be sure to give him as many great memories of his grandmother as she […]