Tag: walking foot quilting

Nordic Star Ombre Quilt

Meet my Nordic Star ombre quilt version! This quilt in blues and teals is the cover of my latest pattern, Nordic Star. I loved the Scandinavian feel of these blocks and how they really looked like snowflakes as well as stars, and decided to play off the feel of the blocks with my color scheme. Read on to learn more about how I created this Nordic Star ombre quilt, from the colors and quilting andContinue reading

Decorative Stitches for Quilting

Getting bored of quilting straight lines? Want to quilt something else, but also don’t want it to be too complicated or difficult? Well, let me introduce you to decorative stitches! In this post I’ll cover three different decorative stitches I use on my Janome machine that add such a fun quilted touch! I’ll show you the stitch length I use so that you can replicate the results. If you don’t have a Janome, check yourContinue reading

Inkling | A Quilt Pattern

Inkling is here! Inkling is heerrrreee! I’m so excited for this pattern and its possibilities. I’ve made 4 so far and I’m not ready to stop. In fact, I’m hosting a quilt along because this pattern is too fun! What makes the Inkling quilt so great? Firstly, it is super fat quarter friendly. Grab your favorite bundle and some background fabric and we’re off and running! Second, because of the way the block components areContinue reading

Zesty | A Quilt Pattern

I’m so excited to introduce Patchwork & Poodle’s third pattern, Zesty! I love orange peel quilts, which is slightly problematic since I don’t enjoy cutting or sewing curves. So I set out to create a modern twist on an orange peel quilt that didn’t involve curves. And while I was at it, let’s exclude template and foundation paper piecing too. Thus, creating a pattern that uses nothing but basic quilt blocks to create a stunningContinue reading

WALK Quilting Book | Product Review

This post is not sponsored, but does include affiliate links. If you choose to click through and make a purchase, I receive a small commission at no extra charge to you. Up to this point I’ve quilted all of my own quilts on my domestic machine at home. (That’s close to 70 quilts, friends!) I actually had dreams of becoming an expert free-motion quilter on my little machine, but, well, that’s still far off from reality. AndContinue reading