It seems like the only quilting I get around to doing lately is making baby quilts for people. I don’t mind that at all, but I have been seriously slacking in the amount of time I put into my sewing projects lately.  That’s why I’m glad that my sister requested a make a baby quilt…

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I finally got around to starting on the baby quilt for my nephew, who will be born in mid October. There’s nothing like waiting for the last minute.  The theme for his room is going to be Monster’s Inc., so as a starting place for this quilt, I took a trip to Baby’s R’ Us…

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While most of the quilts I have made in my time as a “quilter” have been basic designs using strips of fabric and half square triangles – there are a few quilt designers that I love. 3. Cluck, Cluck, Sew! Not only is Cluck, Cluck, Sew! one of my favorite quilt blogs, but her quilt…

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I’m super excited that I’ve got the quilt top for my little sister Samantha done!  As you may recall, she wanted a “Purdue quilt, that wasn’t really a Purdue quilt.” My solution? Use Purdue colors in a fun scrappy pattern. I ended up using the Squares & Strips quilt top tutorial from Cluck, Cluck, Sew!…

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Ever since I told my youngest sister, Samantha, that I was making Kayla a quilt for her wedding, Samantha has wanted me to make her one.  And now that I’ve used up a good portion of my scrap fabric and smaller stash pieces with the crazy quilt, the baby quilt for Lukas, the School Days…

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You remember that quilt that I started at the beginning of the week?  I got it done!  I have decided that I absolutely love making small quilts.  Why?  Because they’re quick.  I love that I feel like I accomplished the same amount of work as a big quilt, even if it is smaller. The Road…

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I may have just finished a quilt top, but that doesn’t mean I’m planning on taking a break from my quilting.  I’ve already got another (allbeit much smaller) project in the works.  This one will actually be small enough that I’m hoping to attempt to machine quilt it myself, using my sewing machine.  This particular…

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