Make a quick, fun cushion cover to use the leftover half-circles from cutting your concave pieces for the Riveting quilt! Rivets is a FREE companion pattern, coming soon!
Vortex is a modern log cabin quilt with a twist! Clever fabric choices give a sense of depth, and large centers are perfect for fussy cutting larger motifs. This fat quarter friendly pattern includes instructions for crib, throw, and queen sizes, with two setting options.
The Riveting quilt pattern by geeky bobbin is the perfect Father's Day quilt, baby boy quilt (for those with narrow expectations of gender), engineering graduation quilt, or tool girl quilt.
When I first started quilting, the best piece of advice I was given was to use starch, and the recipe I was given was similar to this one. Quilting in times of quarantine, DIY starch might be better than nothing.
I am SO NOT a tidy person. Don't get me wrong, I really love having a calming, organized space to work in, but I have so much trouble forcing myself to put in the time. It took 3 things to light a fire under me to get cleaning...
This cute little apron is a modification of a pattern from my friend Dara Tomasson’s new book Walk, Jog, Run. I used these adorable Pine Lullaby prints from Art Gallery Fabrics and cut the squares at half the size to make a toddler size version of the apron. It came together super quickly, and I just love how it turned out.
I'm still bummed about cancelled guild meetings and quilt shows. But when we're faced with unusual challenges, we adapt and find unusual solutions. So in addition to taking my workshops online, I'm also taking taking my trunk show online!
One of the questions I get most often is how I choose quilting designs. This customer quilt from a few months ago offers a great peek at how I come up with complicated-looking quilting designs that are not that hard to execute.
Below, you'll find links to 40 of my quilty friends, friend-of-a-friends, and colleagues to keep your scrolling fresh while you self isolate. Each one has some special quilty goodness to offer you, so hopefully you'll meet a new QBFF, or at least kill an hour or so.
Welcome to the Virtual Shop Hop! When I walk in the door of a party, I love when the host takes my coat, offers me a cider, and points me at the snack table right away. Explore the newest offerings, quilt patterns, and notions from my fellow designers. You’ll meet new quilt pattern designers, explore new quilting websites, and maybe make a purchase or two along the way.