Etsy


Quiltcon

Posted on February 27th, by Amy in Etsy, Quilt Show. 8 comments

Hi there! I’ve mostly caught up on sleep and emails since being gone for the weekend – and want to share a few quilts and highlights from Quiltcon with you!  My roomie April, and I had fun checking out Austin after the full days of classes and lectures. Here’s a few of the quilts that were hanging, check out the Modern Quilt Guild site for more pictures soon.

Tribute to BC Binning – Made and quilted by Diane Thompson

Reflections in Grey – Made and quilted by Mary Marcotte

RonQuilt: The Ron Swanson Quilt – Made and quilted by Monica Solorio-Snow

Psychedelic Baby – Made and quilted by Katie Pedersen

Two of my quilts were hanging as well – it was great fun … Read More »


De-Stashing!

Posted on July 20th, by Amy in Etsy. 7 comments

I know you all have told me it’s okay to have a stash….I just don’t have the space to store it!  Someday when I have a studio – someday (sigh…) for now, I’m selling a bunch off.

ETA – Wow!  Everything is gone – thank you all!  My site will be down for a while today for some upgrades. I’ll be back tomorrow with my new pattern and a winner or two!

Happy Quilting~Amy

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Squares Askew — Complete!

Posted on April 1st, by Amy in Etsy, finished quilt. 29 comments

I hope that you aren’t getting bored of this pattern! I love the simplicity of it and how I’m able to show off the fabulous prints with this pattern :)

I love the back, almost as much as the front! I even used the alphabet on my machine to make a label – trying to be better about labeling. I stitched it down with my machine too, as it is a baby quilt, and I figure will be washed lots – mine always have been :)

This will be in my etsy shop soon, it’s a custom order, but I have others if you are interested, and I’m willing to do custom – obviously. he he

I hope you have a good day/evening — no fooling :)Amy


Baby Doll Quilts

Posted on January 19th, by Amy in Etsy, finished quilt, My kids. 18 comments

After seeing my pictures from Christmas, a friend on Facebook asked for a doll quilt for her little girl. At first I thought about doing 1 or 2, but I seem to work in threes when it comes to doll quilts! I couldn’t weed out my fabric selections – so three it is :) I love this combo and so another kitty cat quilt. Emmalie wanted to keep it – of course!

Sock Monkeys for dolly’s. I put a blue chambray on the back, and I love how the little faces are framed out. cute!

I think this little one may be able to be labeled improvised. The quilt I had made from these fabrics previously were fat quarters, and the remaining bits were strips, cut to the same width. Some I … Read More »


Plug :)

Posted on December 2nd, by Amy in Etsy. No Comments

I spent some time adding bookmarks to my etsy shop last night. I was thinking I would like to offer you, my friends a deal. How about buy 2 get 1 free!? If your interested just let me know that you are a blog reader and I will adjust your invoice!

EtsyBuy Handmadeparkcitygirl

Have a great afternoon~Amy


Your Thoughts?

Posted on November 20th, by Amy in Etsy. 8 comments

A clean house/space does wonders for the creative energy! I’ve done other stuff too, but want your thoughts on these – if you please :)

Gotta run! It’s time to get Ella :)Thanks for your help!


Bookmarks!

Posted on September 27th, by Amy in Etsy. 15 comments

I find myself smiling whenever I see them! They are just so happy :) And I am happy to be finished with all these bookmarks too. I hope each lady that receives one will be smiling as well :)

I will be shipping them off on Monday, and I am planning to add a couple of extra to my esty shop and see how they do there.

Hope you are enjoying your Saturday ~Amy


New Listing

Posted on June 4th, by Amy in Etsy. 5 comments

After my last post, I thought about cutting into some fabric and start working on a quilt. . . but I am a very sequential person. I cannot leave a project unfinished just because. Even if I am bored with something that unfinished item will eat at me until at last it is finished. That’s what I learned about myself this afternoon. I thought by posting it I would give myself permission to move on – but no. So here is my finished bag -It’s a little different than previous bags but I love it! I hope you do too. =) Click on the picture for more details and pics.Have a great afternoon!Amy


Work in Progress

Posted on June 4th, by Amy in bag, Etsy, learning to sew. 1 Comment

I had my next bag finished – but it did not look good =( I tore out two seams and now trying to figure out a different way to finish it. I had previously thought that working with cotton would be much simpler than the raw silk – wrong!I really love the fabric so I will finish, but I may need to work on a quilt that is in my head for a bit. . .

It is raining, really raining here. No kids outside, or walks today – bummer. Ella began quilting a dolly quilt this morning. She lost interest pretty quick, but will work on it soon again. I told her she is going to be a great quilter when she gets bigger, since she is learning all the stuff I am … Read More »


New Listing

Posted on May 30th, by Amy in bag, Etsy. 3 comments

So I finally got around to making another bag to put in my shop! It has been on my brain since I made the original, but other items have seemed more important. I have one more cut and ready to sew just need a few hours – it is from the posh collection. So more to come, but for now the kids are calling!Click the picture to go to my shop for more pics and details.Have a great weekend!Amy





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