A lot of my quilts are on display at the studio, so I can’t help but get a little nostalgia looking back when I first made them. I thought I’d do a post on some old and new quilts. Let’s start with an oldie. 🙂 I made this one three years ago when I first started my blog, and pre-Ethan! I did all the quilting myself when I used to have my 120″ quilting frame (and before that room became E’s nursery)!
It’s currently on display at the Stitch and Sew Studio. I used charm packs and layer cakes to assemble this quilt. If you like it, you can find a printer friendly version of my tutorial by clicking here.
Here’s another oldie that I made and posted two years ago. Such a simple quilt, but one of my faves. Ethan was only a couple months here…I remember this is when he first started smiling and laughing. That’s when I knew I wanted to leave my day job to take care of him.
Another newbie! I bought the fabric years ago, but I finally made a quilt out of it from my stash.
my son's girlfriend and I went to Pike Place Market last Saturday! Small world! 😀
Love the quilts! So bright and cheery!
Sunny, but we had one heck of a hailstorm here in Bothell this afternoon. And it thundered — scared the bujeebus out of me.
Love your quilts. I have made the Heart one twice! Once for me and once for my neighbour who had cancer. Linda
Awesome! thanks for the comment. 🙂 I always love to hear when people use the tuts i post…it keeps me posting more!
They all look great, especially in person! It was so nice meeting you Saturday, thanks for all your help with the machines and the instruction. I finished my quilting Saturday around 230. By Sunday I had finished the binding and it turned out great. I did the blind hem stitch on the back like you showed us and I'm going to used the same method to add my handmade label. See you again soon ~Seana
Hi Seana – thanks for the comment! I'm so glad to hear you finished your quilt, and in just one weekend?! you go girl! Hope to see you again soon. 🙂 Take care