Morning Glory

Posted on May 30, 2020 by prairiemoonquilts in Quilts
Morning Glory

I am so happy to write this post today, because showing you this finished quilt means that . . . My oldest UFO is FINISHED!!!! Woohoo!!! I started this quilt back in the late 1980s or early 90s — it’s so old I can’t remember. Can you tell by the colors and fabrics? (Which, by […]

36 Comments.
Continue Reading...

Comfort Quilts

Posted on April 27, 2020 by prairiemoonquilts in Quilts
Comfort Quilts

I’m back today to show you a few quilts I finished back in March. But I only just finished the binding on all of them last week. I took them out and pinned them to the fence around the goat pen Saturday morning. We finally had a day that wasn’t so windy. Had I tried […]

8 Comments.
Continue Reading...

Stars and Orphans

Posted on April 13, 2020 by prairiemoonquilts in Quilts
Stars and Orphans

I’m back to show you another couple finishes from earlier this year. I’m really on a finishing spree, I tell you! I have GOT to get this mess under control. And I have to say, it feels really good to get some older UFOs off my plate. I showed a photo of the current state […]

21 Comments.
Continue Reading...

Cowboys and Pineapples

Posted on April 9, 2020 by prairiemoonquilts in Quilts
Cowboys and Pineapples

It’s high time I showed you a couple quilts I finished back last year. Yes, back in 2019, which already seems eons ago, right? I could never get any pictures because the weather was so bad, and if the weather was tolerable, the wind was blowing 50 miles an hour, much like today — it’s […]

21 Comments.
Continue Reading...

The Space Between Heartbeats

Posted on February 20, 2020 by prairiemoonquilts in Longarm Quilting, Quilts
The Space Between Heartbeats

If you watched the Craft in America episode on Quilts, and you paid close enough attention during Victoria Findlay Wolfe’s portion, you would have seen her working on a quilt on her design wall during the episode. After Victoria finished the top, she sent it to me for quilting, and we had several discussions about […]

21 Comments.
Continue Reading...

Snowballs!

Posted on January 24, 2020 by prairiemoonquilts in Inspiration, Quilts
Snowballs!

A perfect day to talk about snowballs, since this is the view out my studio window this morning. Ranger doesn’t know it yet, but that hay he’s looking at longingly is just about to get moved across the fence for him and Wyatt! They will love it. But the snowballs I really want to talk […]

13 Comments.
Continue Reading...

Craft in America

Posted on December 27, 2019 by prairiemoonquilts in Inspiration, Quilts, What's New
Craft in America

  Craft in America on PBS is airing an episode on QUILTS! Tonight! You’ll have to check your local listings for the time. The episode features 4 quilters, each with a very different style, and also features the International Quilt Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska, and some of the things they do. I think it’s wonderful […]

14 Comments.
Continue Reading...

Round Robin, Round One

Posted on October 3, 2019 by prairiemoonquilts in Challenges, Inspiration, Quilts
Round Robin, Round One

Rose Marie and I have finished Round One on our new Round Robin quilts! You can click HERE to read more about our personal challenge. Here’s a reminder of what I started with: And this is what Rose Marie added to it! I must say she did not have an easy job, given the color […]

7 Comments.
Continue Reading...

Arrow Rock Quilt Camp 2020

Posted on September 26, 2019 by prairiemoonquilts in Inspiration, Quilts, Studio News, Travels
Arrow Rock Quilt Camp 2020

Next year, May 4-8, 2020, I will once again be teaching at the Arrow Rock Quilt Camp in the historic village of Arrow Rock, Missouri. This will be my eighth year to teach at Camp — really? Time just flies! It’s always one of the highlights of my year. The little village is so quiet […]

5 Comments.
Continue Reading...

The Happenstance Quilts Reveal

Posted on September 5, 2019 by prairiemoonquilts in Challenges, Guild Stuff, Quilts
The Happenstance Quilts Reveal

Back in February, I told you about my guild’s current mystery project we had going on, The Happenstance Quilts. I also showed you two options I had for doing mine. Well, I chose the Christmas option, and used this for my center block: I’ve never made an actual red and green Christmas quilt, so I […]

9 Comments.
Continue Reading...