New patterns are added to the website, I know some of you have been waiting patiently for these. I have added the Bloomin Baskets Quilt Pattern, Bloomin Baskets is a red and white quilt that I made for Today's Quilter Magazine issue #64, I was so proud that it made the cover. I have also added the Pine Tree Quilt pattern, that was in the APQ calendar for 2020, such a big thrill.
Bloomin Baskets Quilt
I used a mix of background fabrics and a large mix of reds and solid red fabrics to make this quilt. I love to blend as many fabrics as I can in, pulling all of them from my stash. You can find the pattern here.
Pine Tree Quilt
While out for a walk after the rain, with the sun was coming in through the Pines making everything look fresh and new. After I got home I pulled out the fabrics to make this quilt. You can find the pattern here.
OMG I cant believe how long it has been since I wrote the last blog post.......I have no excuses.
I have been busy working on writing all the patterns that have been needing my attention. So keep watching as there are many more to come, starting with my Roses pattern which is about to come out very soon.
Keep Well and Happy Stitching
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How to press a Flying Geese Border ? This is the question I was asked so I have done my best to answer as it is not exactly what you might be expecting to see. Read more to see how I pressed the seams to get nice flat intersections.
Making four Flying Geese units at a time is a great time saver, and a wonderful method. I love to oversize the units and trim them down to the correct size for perfect blocks. Read how I go about making these versatile units that I use in almost every quilt I make.