Category: Finished Projects

Harvest Star Quilt Coat

Can’t stop, won’t stop with ALLLLL the Patchwork Chore Coat versions! This time it is a focal back, hand-quilted, solid beauty! This Harvest Star quilt coat is so soft thanks to hand-quilting and boasts a stunning back! Quick Details: PATTERN: Patchwork Chore Coat – a coat pattern for quilted fabrics (coming soon!) in size Small QUILT BLOCK: Harvest Star quilt – I made one block for the back of the coat, keeping the rest ofContinue reading

Modern Crossing Quilt Coat

When I decided to create the Patchwork Chore Coat, I knew that I wanted to be able to make the coat reversible. A reversible coat opens up so many possibilities! Two looks in one! Once I figured out a good binding technique, I needed to decide what I wanted my reversible coat to look like. For the outside of my coat, I chose the Modern Crossing Quilt pattern and decided to sew it up inContinue reading

Cirrus Quilt Coat

I rarely sew anyone else’s quilt patterns anymore, since pattern samples keep me so busy! However, when my friend Emily from Homemade Emily Jane shared with me her latest quilt pattern, I told her I had to make it ASAP. Her Cirrus quilt pattern is lovely, modern, and customizable! I chose to keep my gingham flying geese neutral and use a green background. From the moment I picked out these fabrics I knew I wouldContinue reading

Dog Bed DIY & Floor Pillow

If this Bear Path quilt looks familiar, that’s because it is! I used this quilt in my Hand Quilting 101 video! Once I had finished quilting it, I debated what I should turn it into. Ultimately, I decided a floor pillow/dog bed was the perfect use for this Bear Path quilt! Turns out, a dog bed DIY was the perfect weekend project! I made the Wall Hanging size of the Bear Path quilt, which finishesContinue reading

Simple Drawstring Bag | A Tutorial

I created this tutorial right before the holidays and posted it to my YouTube channel but unfortunately it didn’t make it to the blog! Although this simple drawstring bag is a great way to wrap Christmas gifts in an eco-friendly way, it’s uses go way beyond the holidays. You can make some for birthday parties, other holidays, or simply to store stuff around the house! Each bag takes 1/2 yard of fabric and requires minimalContinue reading