Manhattan Modern Baby Quilt

 This is a pile of scraps I have left over from Manhattan Modern a fabric group from Bernatex Fabrics. I have saved every scrap from my considerable stash of this fabric and decided to turn this scrap pile into a modern, colorful baby quilt. Here is the quilting in process.…

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Two Fun Selvage Projects

These are the windows in my studio and I decided to jazz them up with some selvage valances. I cut them 14” high and twice the width of the window then used a tension rod to pop them up. This was a fun project and really added color to the…

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I Present Insanity V

Insanity V is a baby quilt that has 1,600  neutral squares that begin at 1 1/2” and finish at 1”. I quilted it with hearts and swirls then decided the hearts needed more definition and outlined them with neutral variegated thread in a feather stitch. This is my smallest piece in…

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First ufo finish of 2020

This quilt was started a couple of years ago at a retreat. It is an improv quilt using cherished scraps of my Denise Schmidts’ Flea Market Fancy fabric line so I named the quilt Flea Market Improv.   The picture on the left is a close up of the fabric…

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End Of Year Busy

I have been cleaning, sorting, editing and rearranging my studio for the last couple of months. I found lots of things that no longer interest me and lots of things that inspired me so it has been time well spent. This beautiful 1951 Singer Featherweight is my new machine acquisition…

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