I’m in love with this little quilt. I love the bright colors with the strips of black and white striped fabric. The straight-line quilting gave it an extra soft, pliable feel that really had me thinking twice about giving it away. I took it to work the other day to[Read more]
The last couple of weeks in Oklahoma have been rough. No doubt about it. So many of you have participated in our Moore Love Quilt Project and we can’t thank you enough. I am AMAZED at the quilts that have been sent. Thank you! Thank you! If you aren’t able[Read more]
Donate to a good cause and get a chance to win this quilt! Visit The Oklahoma City Modern Quilt Guild for details!
I’ve always loved stippled quilts. I think the meandering design adds to the cozy, crinkly feel of a much loved quilt. Stippling is a method of stitching free-form squiggly lines. It’s totally up to me what design I make and how big the stitches are. I looked at a few[Read more]
…I haven’t been completely slacking off the last two weeks. A little, but not completely. I re-read the “Twilight Series” last week (yes, all four. Don’t hate on them!) while I’m waiting for the 7th book in the “Outlander Series” by Diana Gabaldon I really love these books! I’ve also[Read more]
Here’s the bin of donated fabric for the DHS Quilts: I thought I’d post the picture that my husband took. For some reason, he finds it funny that my groupings of fabric for potential quilts are bundled up and tied with a bow. It seems perfectly logical to me. These[Read more]
Abused or neglected children are taken from their homes with little or no possessions. I work with young women ages 12-18 at church and we decided to take on the project of making quilts to donate to DHS for the kids in their custody. Since I have a limited budget[Read more]