Blog, Blog Hops and Quilt Alongs

Adventure Quilt- a bonus pattern!

Hi friends! Today I have a bonus pattern for you from the Adventure Quilt! When you made your tree blocks, you would have some of each green strip leftover. So, the plan is to use those leftover strips and make a table runner. Sound good? You will need some extra fabric for the borders, binding… Continue reading Adventure Quilt- a bonus pattern!

Braid Quilt Table Runner featured by top US quilting blog and shop, Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs
Blog, Braid Projects, Quilt Patterns

Braid Quilt Table Runner

Hi friends! This past weekend I needed a break from the drudge of computer work so I grabbed some of my fabric scraps - my fun, bright batik fabric scraps - and made some awesome Braid Quilt Table Runners.    I just love making this braid quilt table runner - it's pretty fast and a… Continue reading Braid Quilt Table Runner

Blog, Fat Quarter Patterns

Paper versus PDF

Hi friends! Today I would love to ask you a question- which do you prefer: paper patterns or PDF patterns? Paper is nice because maybe you can see it in your local shop and because you don't have to print it yourself. It comes all set and ready to go! PDF is nice because, if… Continue reading Paper versus PDF

batik talel runner
Bags & Small Quilts, Blog, Quilt Community

Retreat- renew, refresh

Hi friends! How are you? I just back on Sunday from a retreat up in the mountains here in CO. We were up in Black Hawk. The retreat is sponsored by a local quilt shop here called Fabric Expressions and is held at a home that functions as a retreat center.    Before I left… Continue reading Retreat- renew, refresh

Bags & Small Quilts, Blog, Holiday Quilts

My December Island Batik Ambassador project

Hi friends! This month the theme for the Island Batik ambassador project was called Table Scraps. Too funny.   Well, I guess it is only funny if you happen to know that I already have a table runner pattern called Table Scraps! I did not use that pattern for this challenge though. I knew I should… Continue reading My December Island Batik Ambassador project