Category: Finished Projects

2019 Finished Quilts

I finished 37 quilts (!!) in 2019. That number astounds me, because when I started quilting I never thought I’d make close to 40 quilts in a single year. If you want to make 2020 the year you keep track of your WIPs, you can download my free printable, which is what I personally use as well! I count a completed quilt as one that got finished within that year. So although some of theseContinue reading

Zippy Crossbody Bag | A Finished Project

The November prompt as an Aurifil Artisan was bag making. Although I’ve made quite a few tote bags and zipper pouches, making something that resembles more to a purse was totally new territory. Nevertheless, I forged ahead. After all, what are several more zippers? To dip my toe into purse making, I decided on what looked to be a relatively simple pattern – the Zippy Crossbody Bag by Sallie Tomato Patterns. I chose to makeContinue reading

Spirited Harvest Star | A Finished Quilt

I had the pleasure of making this quilt for Art Gallery Fabric’s newest look book! If you have never looked through an AGF look book, they’re a visually stunning collection of inspiration and projects for their fabric lines. The moment I saw the new Spirited fabric line by Sharon Holland, I knew that Harvest Star and Spirited were MFEO (made for each other). I made the small throw version which has 9 total blocks. InsteadContinue reading

Concrete Jungle | A Quilt Pattern

Release day is finally here! I’m so excited about this Concrete Jungle quilt pattern, it has been in the works since June and I have truly poured my heart into it. Buy Concrete Jungle in my shop. Concrete Jungle comes in 5 sizes: Baby (30″ x 40″) Lap (45″ x 60″) Throw (54″ x 69″) Twin (70″ x 93″) Bed (93″ x 93″) Concrete Jungle is the first in the Mockprov quilt pattern series, aContinue reading

Concrete Jungle | Cotton & Steel

I’m having the best time with this pattern! It is so versatile and fun, and makes ANY fabric shine! When I saw Cotton + Steel’s Snow Flowers fabric collection, I just knew it needed to become a Concrete Jungle quilt. The bright abstract fabrics reminded me of graffiti, and what more perfect a pattern than one called Concrete Jungle? This throw size came together in no time flat, and I was left trying to decideContinue reading

Concrete Jungle | Nautical Edition

This Concrete Jungle version came about when I had the idea to use up scraps instead of yardage. I was curious to see how to make this quilt scrappy without being overwhelming. (This is the throw size). I first dug through my stash to find the perfect fabric pull. A lot of these fabrics are from Cotton + Steel S.S. Bluebird line, which is several years old. I knew I needed an accent color, butContinue reading