Thursday, April 2, 2020

Happy Spring Chart {Free}

Hey friends! I have recently been loving cross stitch! I thought it would be fun to try my hand at designing charts!  I am still a super newbie, but had fun putting this together! Just click on the image to enlarge and print! :) 



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Monday, February 17, 2020

Daisy Mae Quilt

Hi there!  Today is my stop on the Daisy Mae Fabric tour! 

You guys, this fabric is sooo pretty! I am so in love with all the florals and farmhouse motifs! You guys are going to love this fabric!

Daisy Mae - Poppie Cotton
I really wanted to showcase all the lovely prints in this collection, so I decided to use my Framed pattern. This pattern is a quick make, and is pre-cut friendly! I used fat quarters, but 2 1/2" strips make this quick a breeze! 
Framed Quilt Pattern 
I am so smitten with how my quilt turned out! I love the simplicity of this pattern because it really lets those gorgeous fabrics shine!

I can hardly wait to quilt this beauty! I think Benny is excited too ;).

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Deep Blue Sea Quilt

Happy New Year! I am starting the year off with this darling baby quilt! 

I used the most charming fabric called Deep Blue Sea by Jen Allyson for Riley Blake Designs! This fabric is full of nautical motifs! 

I used my 4-Square pattern, and did the baby size.  This pattern is so fast to put together and the best part is that it is precut friendly! 

4-Square Pattern HERE

I just love how this quilt turned out! It shows off all the fabrics in this collection perfectly! 

4-Square Pattern HERE

For the binding, I used the red and white stripe basic by Riley Blake! I love Riley Blake basics! They all coordinate so well with their fabric collections! For the backing I used a woven navy gingham, and it is so light and airy! This is a perfect summer quilt! 

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Happy Christmas Sew Along - Fabric Pull

How about a quick and easy Mystery Quilt Sew Along for Christmas! 🎄🎄🎄 Here are the details:
1️⃣ Quilt measures 36” square
2️⃣ Scrappy happy is what I will be using for my quilt! So gather all of your fav Christmas scraps! ❌You will need about 1 1/2 yards of background.
3️⃣Tutorials will be emailed to my email subscribers! ❌ Subscribe at
4️⃣Sew along will be a quick one! Starts on the 19th, ends on December 1. 
BLOCK 1: November 20
BLOCK 2: November 23
BLOCK 3: November 25
ASSEMBLY: December 1
5️⃣use the hashtag #happychristmassewalong 🎄🎄🎄I will do some fun random prize drawings through the sew along.

I am so excited about this Sew Along! Today we are going to share our fabric pull and post on Instagram! 

I have had a lot of questions about the sew along so here is some more information! 

1. Question: Do I need to sign up?
Answer: You don't need to sign up! If you get my emails, you will get the patterns automatically emailed to you on the days that I post the blocks! 

2. Question: How much fabric do I need?
Answer: This is truly a scrappy project, so I would recommend diving into those overflowing scrap bins and getting all of your favorite reds, greens, and Christmas prints! I have pulled a few to show you the scale I am using for my prints.  You don't want large scale prints, for this mini quilt.  Stick with smaller/medium scale prints! 

As for yardage, I would have at least 1 1/2 yards of background fabric on hand.  I am using my favorite background fabric Bella Solids Off White by Moda.  If you want to use a low volume print, that would look cute too! I would recommend something very low volume, since we are going super scrappy on this one, I wouldn't do something that would take away from your red and green fabrics! 

Along with all of your scraps, you will need a 1/2 yard of red fabric.  Pick something that is a smaller scale print! 

3. Question: What skill level is this Sew Along?
Answer: We will be using small pieces, but everything will be traditionally pieced.  I would say a confident beginner to the advanced quilter would love this mini quilt! 

4: What if I don't have an Instagram account?
Answer: You can still participate! I will be sharing all the posts here in my emails! 

5: Do I need any special rulers or tools?
 I love to use my 4 1/2" square Frosted Ruler by OLFA. (I have some of these in my Etsy shop if you would like one!) This is the perfect size for squaring up blocks! You will also need a marking pen.  

I think that answers all the questions! If you have on that wasn't answered, shoot me an email or message on instagram!  :) 

Remember if you are posting your pictures on instagram to use#HappyChristmasSewAlong - so I can see your fabric pulls! :) 

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Gingham Farmhouse Quilt

Hi there! I am so excited about this new fabric from Poppie Cotton! 

This collection is called Gingham Farmhouse and it is absolutely stunning! All the florals and ginghams in this line just make me happy! If you take a closer look, you can see little gingham bunnies in some of the prints! They are so darling! 

I created an all new pattern called Tilt-A-Whirl, for this quilt and it turned out so cute! I will be releasing the pattern soon! This fabric was perfect for this pattern, I was able to show off the prints easily.  I really love the color palette in this collection, especially the pinks! 

I will be getting this on the quilting frame soon and will share the final quilt with you, as well as a the pattern! I think Benny is excited for this quilt to be done! ;)

For more Gingham Farmhouse inspiration be sure to follow along the fabric tour! 

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Window Pane Quilt {Cops and Robbers}

Hi there! Today I am sharing an all new finish with you guys! This quilt is very special to me because it is for my first Great Nephew!!  When I saw this cute Cops and Robbers fabric by Shawn Wallace for Riley Blake. - I knew I had to make a quilt for the newest addition to our family! 
Window Pane Quilt Pattern 

This fabric has just the cutest motifs! You guys are going to fall in love with this line! I just keep staring at all the different prints and find something new I love about it each time! I also added in some Riley Blake basics in my quilt! 

Window Pane Quilt Pattern 

I decided to go with some stars and loops for the quilting, which I think really complimented this quilt! There are a lot of stars here an there in the prints, so I used that as my inspiration for the quilting. 

Window Pane Quilt Pattern 
I used my Widow Pane pattern for this quilt. This pattern uses two blocks, a simple framed block and a window block.  I used the tone on tone prints for the window blocks and I used the larger scale prints for the framed blocks.  I did this because I really wanted to showoff those fun motifs! 

Window Pane Quilt Pattern 
My absolute favorite print in the entire collection is the "line up" print!  Oh my gosh, it is so cute! I especially love the dog that is trying to disguise himself as a cat! lol! So so cute! 

Window Pane Quilt Pattern 
I went to my local police department and was able to have Officer Atkin take a picture with this special quilt! Thank you so much St. George Police department! :)  I love how her uniform matches the colors in the quilt! 

Window Pane Quilt Pattern 

For more Cops and Robbers inspiration, be sure to follow Riley Blake


Saturday, August 24, 2019

Zipper Pouches {Lucy's Garden}

Hi there! I have some cute zipper pouches to share with you today!  When I'm not quilting, I love making zipper pouches.  They make quick projects and best of all, they make perfect gifts! 

I love how vibrant thee fabrics are! The colors are so pretty, they would look amazing in any project! 

I made three zipper pouches in three different sizes! 
 6" x 12"
8" x 12" 
10" x 12" 

If you have never made a zipper pouch, just google it! You will find lots of tutorials! 

I like to do different sizes because I use them for different things! The large size, I like to use when I go on vacation and I pack toiletries in that size.  The medium size is a great size for a makeup bag, and the small size is perfect for your phone/glasses and lip gloss! 

One tip I have for you is that it's always nice to keep lots of zippers on hand! I always have white, cream and black zippers on hand.  That way if I need a quick project for a gift, I don't have to go to the store to pick up a zipper! I used white on all of these, but you could definitely use colored zippers or even metal zippers! 

The other thing I always have on hand is my favorite lightweight interfacing -Pellon SF101.  This is my go-to interfacing when making zipper pouches! This is another thing to keep in your stash so you have everything you need to whip one of these up! 

I love how these one turned out! The small one is my favorite! I think I might have to make another one!