Saturday, April 30, 2016


This is a scrappy baby quilt using fabric left over from a Shriner's quilt.

I really had to stretch my material for the 
back but I like how this little quilt turned out.

Finished it off with a black and white checkered binding.
This is for Nickolai, I know his Grandma would have loved to be here to meet him!

Hospice, President's Challenge

President's challenge, make a quilt for hospice 
using the friendship star block and the colors blue and red.

I made two, one for a lady and one for a man.

I tried to use all the batiks I had but I still have some.


I made this little cowboy quilt for baby Luke.

Quilted a simple grid pattern.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016


I have been wanting to try making a baseball quilt for a while. 
So when I heard my cousin was having a baby boy and she 
is a huge Cardinals fan I thought the time was right.

I used fusible interfacing and machine appliqued the ball and stitching. 

I found this baseball stitching fabric for the backing and it was perfect.

Thursday, March 17, 2016


 The fabrics in this quilt are all designed by Tula Pink
 and the pattern is from Mary Fons and is Geese Migration

 I did a grid pattern for the quilting.


This is a baby quilt I made from the corner cut offs of Nate's quilt
 plus a few scraps to make it a nice size. I did a simple grid pattern 
quilting. This is one of my favorites, love how it turned out.


This quilt was made with the left over fabric from the
 pillow bomb we did for the Stlmqg.
I made it for my nephew and his new wife. 


This is Max's quilt, I somehow forgot to take more pictures of this one.
 I made a boot quilt before and didn't save the pattern pieces
 I had cut out so I had to start over again for this one.
 I added a little more detail work and really like the look of this 
boot better and I kept the pattern pieces this time.
I put a nice soft black flannel on the back.

Our Master's Carpenter Square Quilt

This quilt was also for the Stlmqg to donate for the Linus Project.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016


I made this quilt a few years ago and did not get it quilted. 
I finally quilted up and donated it to our 
St. Louis Modern Quilt Guild for Project Linus.

Cotton and Steel

Triangle quilt made with Cotton and Steel Fabric.

I used lion garden for the backing.

The quilting is cross hatched triangle.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Tie Quilt

This quilt was made for a family friend using her grandfathers ties.

I did simple straight line quilting with a center cross hatch. 

The backing and binding material reminds me of ties.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Collapsible Thread Catcher's

These little thread catchers were fun to make and they look so cute!

Here is a tutorial for the collapsible thread catcher's
I had some wooden rings that I used instead of the Pringles
 can but have used the cans and they work very well.


We are having another baby in the family this month!

This quilt was all about the backing, 
I love the vintage look of this fabric.

The black and white binding is perfect for the circus!!!


This quilt was made for my cousin to give to her son. 
It is made with clothing from his grandparents and parents.

The quilting was done by Joy, I love how she did the waves!


A quick and easy Shriner's Quilt, hope 
this Frozen quilt makes some little girl happy!

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Shelter Tote

I made this Elizabeth Hartman Best Tote for the STLMQG to 
donate to a local shelter for victims of sex trafficking.

My Best Tote

This tote has already been on vacation with me and works very well.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Text tote

Love the Elizabeth Hartman Best Tote, it is a great pattern 
and the tote is a great size to use for a lot of different things. 

Added a little accent color on the front panel. 

And in the pockets.