A themed quilt from a well-beloved children's book, perfect for a young girl. If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
Lots of easy-to-make Flying Geese blocks used in this.
A striking quilt, and one of my favorite songs, what could be better?
A classic, perfect for sons and grandsons.
Turn simple blocks into a striking medallion quilt.
Originally supposed to be a baby quilt for practicing half-square triangles.
Country-style patchwork with a pieced border.
The results of a constant search for ideas for fast and easy baby quilts
A couple of packs of precut 5-7/8 triangles made into two totally different baby quilts.
How disappointing fabrics can be combined to make sparkling quilts.
A simple quilt using a clever trick.
Recognizing Tel Aviv's many popular Shenkin Street coffee shops.
Scrappy quilts using up my stash.
Really quick and easy strip piecing.
This quilt popped into existence the moment these two fabrics were put together on the shelf.
Bargello is a very simple piecing technique. The trick is in the designing, using layout and color to create swirling, sweeping colorscapes.
A gentle, lovely pink and green quilt made from a Jelly Roll.
A king-sized flannel quilt with a wool batting for those cold winter nights.
Crowing rooster and flying geese flock together on this green medallion quilt.
Missouri Star Quilt's Stack and Flip design using a Kona cotton rainbow-colored jelly roll.
Beige toile background and fussy-cut fruit studies give this quilt the feel of an old Dutch or French still-life.
A disappearing hourglass quilt made from colorful handpainted Bali batik fabric squares.
A scrappy Hourglass quilt made from pre-cut triangles.
Finished 25 March 2018
This quilt came to me while watching
video tutorials from the Missouri Star quilt company. Their tutorial makes the classic Quatrefoil quilt look easy. Of course, I had to complicate matters by fussy-cutting the center blocks, and give it a curved border.
I used an antique-looking beige toile print for the background, giving the whole quilt a look of the old Dutch or French still-life paintings.
The feathered motifs were traced from a book using a light-box. The scrolling inner border was based on one of
Cindy Needham's stencils from her borders collection, while the bead-board fill in the outer border was from one of her background stencils.
Altogether, while it's not a particularly large quilt, being 72" square, it came out rather nice.
Fabrics Center Fabric Fussy-cut Center Patches Nine-patch Two Blocks Light Box Tabled Corner Finished