Some of you may be looking at the Outback Value Quilt at Quilt Market in Houston right now. If you are, will you hug it for me? I love this quilt so much, due in no small part to the amazing fabrics that it is made with. It is made with Outback Wife, a beautiful new line of fabrics created by Cathi of Gertrude Made for Ella Blue Fabrics.
I’ve never been much into Halloween. But a few years ago, I found this skeleton toile by Alexander Henry, I immediately wanted to make a Halloween/Day of The Dead-themed quilt.READ MORE
I have been hinting at this new pattern on Instagram and Facebook for several weeks, and am so happy to announce its official release today. The Complete Quilt Design Planner booklet is something I’ve been working on for a long time, and thinking about for longer. You want an to design a quilt the easy way, this is it!READ MORE
A new pink log cabin pillow is also newly added to the shop! All of these log cabin pillow covers are pieced completely randomly, using scraps of all of my favorite fabrics. I store my fabric scraps in my studio, by color, in plastic bins. When I am playing around with new ideas, these scrap bins are the usually where I start, pulling, cutting, and piecing improvisationally. Its my favorite way to play around with color and shape in quilting.
Quick and fun, that’s what this baby quilt is. Sized to be either a wall hanging or a stroller quilt, it can be scrappy or made nice and uniform with three of your favorite colors. If you want to make a scrappy version, just pick a few different shades for each color, instead of using all one color. That’s how I made the warm-colored version, pictured above. The cool version, below, has a more limited color palette and some more elaborate free motion quilting on it.
Keep reading for the how-to, and be sure to tag your versions on social media with #wisecraftsignet so we can all share!READ MORE