Lydia’s Baby Quilt

Anna just made a quilt for her friend Lydia’s baby, Daniela.  It’s a scrappy rail fence pattern with a clean grey border. I personally love a good scrappy quilt, and baby quilts are a great way to use up some of those novelty prints in your stash. Anna also hand quilts all of her projects.  Read More …

Tenugui by #AnnaInSpain

Anna has made a new accessory and thought (correctly, I might add) that we would all be interested in it. If you’ve ever watched Japanese cartoons, you’ve probably seen women wearing “tenugui”. Guys wear the headband type with slogans, but women wear them when cleaning or gardening, as a head covering plus sweatband plus keeping Read More …

Creation Quilt – #AnnaInSpain

This week we’re sharing another project by my wonderful internet friend, Anna in Spain! More from Anna below: This is the quilt I think of with the greatest satisfaction. The “design” itself is no big deal, just appliqued hearts, but the fabrics are wonderful, considering that they are all scraps that were gifted to me Read More …

Anna’s Crazy Christmas Blocks – A Progress Post

It looks like I am a bad influence on Anna. I’ve convinced her to try her hand an making crazy patch blocks, and I have to say that I am impressed with her progress so far. Her blocks remind me a lot of the ones in my first crazy quilt. She told me that I Read More …

Isa’s Baby Quilt

Today I am sharing the very first post from Guest Blogger, Anna. I’m so excited to share some of her work with you.   Isa’s baby quilt was inspired by one of Andrea’s HST quilts. Isa knew the baby was a girl but she didn’t want pink “girly” things. As she is an organic agronomy Read More …