Here’s the kind of stuff I think about when I’m laying in bed at night: What will I do when Scrappy goes off to college? What is that thing stuck to the ceiling? Oh, and WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CHAMBRAY AND DENIM??
The Rocksteady quilt pattern is now available for instant PDF download! Click here to get it. This quilt comes in king, queen/full, twin, throw, and baby quilt sizes.
There's so much I want to share with you about this dynamic, beginner-friendly quilt pattern, I almost don't know where to start!
Last week we journeyed into the wonderful history of polka dots. (FYI, there is an aaaaamazing video that you shouldn't miss.) Now that you are total polka buffs, we're moving onto...paisley! We all know what paisley is, right? It’s that iconic fabric pattern featuring the teardrop shape.
Let me preface this standing desk / sewing studio post with this: sit, stand, squat, kneel – work however feels right to you and don’t feel bad about it. I hate when self-help bloggers tell me how to live my life and that’s the last thing I want to do here.
The Bayside quilt pattern is available in the pattern shop. Click here to buy!
Quilty readers, I don't want to dive into a ton of backstory on this charming holiday quilt – like how I used to dread Christmas, but now, slowly over time, and through many Hallmark movies, have become quite the Yuletide enthusiast.
The bold and funky Bayside quilt pattern is available in the pattern shop!
This pattern includes fabric requirements and instructions for king, queen/full, twin, throw and crib quilts! Also included is a video tutorial on cutting those tricky templates AND a coloring sheet so you can pick those fabrics with confidence.
Have you ever wondered, "What's the deal with organic fabric? I'm not eating it. Is there a point?" If you haven't wondered that, I've probably wondered it enough for the both of us. There's a lot of confusion, opinions, and emotions surrounding the word organic.