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Modern Basics :: Posie Patch

Posted on March 7th, by Amy in finished quilt, Modern Basics. 1 Comment

Posie Patch is from my first book – Modern Basics! I really love to encourage the new quilter to love quilting, and not be overwhelmed by the process!

Measures 54″ x 54″

 

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Modern Basics: Easy Quilts to Fit Your Budget, Space, and Style is available on Amazon!



Modern Basics :: Tumbling Cubes

Posted on March 7th, by Amy in finished quilt, Modern Basics. No Comments

Tumbling Cubes is from my first book – Modern Basics! I really want to encourage the new quilter to love quilting, and not be overwhelmed by the process!

Measures 60″ x 60″

Easily customized to suit any decor.

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Modern Basics: Easy Quilts to Fit Your Budget, Space, and Style is available on Amazon!



Modern Basics :: Basic Ease

Posted on March 7th, by Amy in finished quilt, Modern Basics. No Comments

Basic Ease is from my first book – Modern Basics! I really want to encourage the new quilter to love quilting, and not be overwhelmed by the process!

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Modern Basics: Easy Quilts to Fit Your Budget, Space, and Style is available on Amazon!



Modern Basics :: Modern V

Posted on March 7th, by Amy in finished quilt, Modern Basics. 1 Comment

Modern V  is from my first book – Modern Basics! I really love to encourage the new quilter to love quilting, and not be overwhelmed by the process!

Measures 48″ x 72″

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Modern Basics: Easy Quilts to Fit Your Budget, Space, and Style is available on Amazon!



Modern Basics :: Modern Mirrors

Posted on March 7th, by Amy in finished quilt, Modern Basics. No Comments

Modern Mirrors is from my first book – Modern Basics! I really love to encourage the new quilter to love quilting, and not be overwhelmed by the process!

Measures 82″ x 90″ with fabric and block requirements for a lap quilt included.

 

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Modern Basics: Easy Quilts to Fit Your Budget, Space, and Style is available on Amazon!



Modern Basics :: 1, 2, 3!

Posted on March 7th, by Amy in finished quilt, Modern Basics. No Comments

1, 2, 3!

is from my first book – Modern Basics! I really want to encourage the new quilter to love quilting, and not be overwhelmed by the process!

Measures 72″ x 96″

Easily customized to suit any decor.

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Modern Basics: Easy Quilts to Fit Your Budget, Space, and Style is available on Amazon!



One Thing, One Week Challenge :: Link Up 6

Posted on January 24th, by Amy in Challenge Week, finished project, finished quilt. 30 comments

Are you ready!?  85 of you left comments telling me what you hoped to accomplish in the last week!  I’m expecting some great progress from all of you this week!

Today we link up and show off what we got done. If you haven’t already, go post about it on your blog (or flickr) and come back to link up with your permalink here -

Those of you that met your goal, will be entered to win a hexagon table runner kit:

I’ll announce the winner tomorrow, and the linky will be open for just 24 hours. Don’t forget to visit the links and cheer each other on!

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My tablerunner is just finished and on our table!

I decided to get it done a few minutes faster by sewing the right sides together and leaving a space to … Read More »



It’s a Hoot Baby!

Posted on January 23rd, by Amy in finished quilt, Moda Bake Shop. 10 comments

Just popping in to let you know I am sharing a tutorial over at Moda Bake Shop today!

Check out more of this sweet quilt and leave a comment – please – over at Moda Bake Shop!


Doll Quilts

Posted on December 31st, by Amy in finished project, finished quilt. 17 comments

Hi there!  To round out the dozen Christmas gifts I made this year, are three doll quilts!  Nieces and my cousin’s daughter were the happy recipients.

Sophia helped me with the pictures before Christmas -

Diamond in a square alternated with squares, in It’s a Hoot fabrics, and quilted on a diagonal.

This one is random size strips of Freebird, and quilted with random diagonals.

Diamond in a square alternated with squares again, in Sweet Divinity, and quilted on the diagonals.  I cut both of these on my Go! Cutter, and have been thinking I could cut kits if any of you are interested in making your own.  They would be different fabrics some more scrappy like the first, and others more planned like the second.  What do you think?

The girls all loved them, and were excited to … Read More »


More Christmas Presents!

Posted on December 28th, by Amy in finished project, finished quilt. 19 comments

Hi there!  I have a bunch more table runners to share with you!  Up first is one I made for my mom.

I used Dream On and my Go! Cutter to cut all the HST’s.  They sewed up in a hurry, just what I needed!  I quilted with straight lines to compliment the geometrics.

This one I made for my Grandma -

The fabric is Botany, because my grandma loves to garden  And I knew she would love the piecing details with the stars, so I took the extra time to piece all the flying geese.

My Aunt Karen has collected blue/white dishes for as long as I can remember -

Fabric is A Breath of Avignon, and the traditional stars suit the fabric perfectly, … Read More »


Teacher Gifts!

Posted on December 22nd, by Amy in finished project, finished quilt. 14 comments

With our last day of school yesterday, I’m free to share some of the sewing I’ve been working on this last month!  Teacher’s are hero’s in my eyes, and my girls’ – they adore them.  Last year with the book…we baked cookies and shared, but I had really wanted to give something quilty.  So this year I’ve done it!

Freebird by Momo in simple strips, quilted with random diagonal lines.

Lollipop also in simple strips, quilted with random perpendicular lines.

Love in 4 1/2″ squares, quilted on diagonals.

My girls helped with cutting and layout of the pieces for each quilt, and Emmalie was particularly certain of which fabric group was for her teacher!  (that was lollipop!)

There’s more to come next week!  Enjoy your celebrations ~

Amy


Lily & Will Commission Quilt – Complete!

Posted on December 7th, by Amy in finished quilt. 35 comments

These fabrics were begging for a traditional design, and so, I looked through traditional blocks to find the right combination for this quilt.  In the end I decided on these:

It looks as though it is set on point, when in fact it is not!  The blocks between the stars are four patches, with triangles in the corners to rotate.  The blocks finished at 6″, and the quilt overall is 40″ square.

I just love the colors in this group!

I quilted tight, around a few of  the stars.  I really wanted it to be comfortable and not too quilted for the most part, but the straight lines were not enough between the blocks.

The borders also got special treatment.  Swirls and loops to fill the space!

I am loving this quilt!   I had so much … Read More »





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