Tag: Hand-Quilting

Wildwood Bear Path Quilt | A Finished Project

Bear Path Quilt. Quick, versatile, and gorgeous in nearly every color. Have I mentioned how much I love this pattern? I haven’t shared this version in a blog post yet which is such a shame, because she is a beauty. And, she went to her forever home about a year ago! So, it is way overdue. Want to make your own? Everything Rifle Paper Co. produces is gorgeous, and these fabrics were no exception. IContinue reading

Pojagi Inspired Cloth Napkins

Pojagi is a form of Korean hand stitching where your seams are fully enclosed, creating a beautiful, reversible piece. I first saw Daisy from Warm Folk talk about it, and I knew it was something I wanted to try for myself. Since the beauty of Pojagi is seeing both sides of your finished piece, this technique would work well for placemats, curtains, a simple linen shirt, apron, or table runner. Here’s some examples of traditionalContinue reading

Inkling | Posy Fabric

The moment I saw this fabric line, I knew it needed to become an Inkling quilt STAT! Isn’t it lovely? It is Posy fabric by Annabel Wrigley for Windham Fabrics and it releases this November. I was lucky enough to get my hot little hands on an advance bundle in time to create this Inkling quilt for the release. Buy Inkling! I chose my 16 favorite prints from the Posy fabric collection to make theContinue reading

All About Hand Quilting Needles

In this article, when hand-quilting is mentioned, I’m talking specifically about big-stitch hand-quilting with size 8 or 12 weight thread. When I first started hand-quilting I just used whatever needle I could find. Then, I decided I should probably find one that I really like using, and turned to my good friend Google. There’s lots of information out on the web about which hand quilting needles are best. I’m not one to take someone else’sContinue reading

Queen Celtic Crossing | Finished Quilt

This quilt started as a dare between Jason and I. It went a little something like this: Jason: Do people even make quilts bigger than a throw size anymore?Me: Yes! People do it all the time!Jason: But you’ve never made one.Me: Challenge Accepted. I chose to go with Lo & Behold Stitchery’s Celtic Crossing pattern, it is one I’ve used time and time again and love for its simplicity and ease. Although written as anContinue reading

Sashiko Zipper Pouch | A Tutorial

This pouch all started when I found some Sashiko templates and realized they were nearly the right size for my rainbow zipper pouch pattern. I quickly got to work making not one, not two, but 5 pouches! When I get excited about something I go all in! And while you can access the original rainbow zipper pouch tutorial and probably figure out how to modify it for the sashiko templates (which yields a pouch aContinue reading