A 54″ x 63″ throw quilt made from 5″ squares, perfect for your favorite Valentine!
This is a great throw quilt made from 5″ squares.
Buy pre-packaged charm square packets, or cut your own.
A free block pattern. Read more about it HERE.
Click the block title or picture to download the free PDF.
A very quick and easy quilt that can utilize a coordinated collection, but would also make a great scrap quilt. Make several and bust that stash!
A pattern for a 12″ applique block.
This was the first quilt finished for the Necktie Social project.
You can get the pattern here to make one for yourself.
Here’s a pattern for a 12″ applique Pine Tree Block.
Use it in a Fall quilt, or dress it up as a Christmas Tree in a holiday quilt!
This is a pattern for a 39 1/2″ x 49″ baby quilt using pinwheel blocks. Pinwheels supposedly signify the wish for a long life for the baby they are given to. If you need a quick baby gift, this pattern is for you.
This is the pattern from the second round of the Wild West Scavenger Hunt. If you missed out on the game, it’s OK. You can still get the pattern here.
This 53″-square quilt came to be as a result of a guild challenge. Make yours in your favorite colors.
A big spider that you can use to appliqué or stitch onto any project of your choosing. I appliquéd mine on top of my AmpersAnd quilt to make a Halloween version.
This quilt uses 2 1/2″ strips and the pattern comes with lots of options.
A great scrap quilt you can make in whatever size you need.
Same as Stripper’s Delight only it uses 1 1/2″ strips! Now you can make one using Honeybuns, too.
A pattern for an 18″ wall quilt featuring an appliqued pair of cowboy boots. This block fits perfectly in the center of my “Lil Cowpokes” pattern if you’d like to make an entire quilt. The “Lil Cowpokes” pattern can be purchased in my store.
This was the pattern for the first round of our Wild West Scavenger Hunt. If you missed the game, you missed out on a lot of fun, but you can still get this pattern here.