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 in size Small QUILT BLOCK: Harvest Star quilt – I made one block for the back of the coat, keeping the rest of the coatContinue 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

Woven Hearts Pillow

I made this pillow using my new Woven Hearts quilt pattern! The great thing about this pillow is that you only make one block from the quilt. So, it is a great way to test out a quilt pattern and see if you’d want to make an entire quilt without ending up with a ton of orphan blocks. For this Woven Hearts pillow, I used a variety of Riley Blake Designs basics. The heart isContinue reading

Woven Hearts Quilt Mock-Ups

With Woven Hearts out into the world (WOOHOO!!) I wanted to share with all of you some of my future quilts with this pattern! I’m so excited about all of these and hope you will be too! I usually make quilt mock-ups before starting a new project. It allows me to see if an idea in my head will actually work as well as I hope it will. Unfortunately, it also means I usually getContinue reading