Gingham Spring Quilt

There’s no dancing around the issue, so I’m just going to come out and say it.

I’m a feminist.

A radical, equality-love’n, girl-power karate-kick’n feminist (I’m not totally sure karate has anything to do with feminism, but it sounded good in the moment).


10 Fun & Free Scrap Quilt Patterns

You don’t have to be a quilter for very long to start accruing scraps of fabric. A little snip here, a slice there, and pretty soon a pile forms...and grows...and grows. My scraps can be as small as a 2” x 2” print that I’ve grown particularly fond of and can’t seem to throw away.

Retro Plaid Free Quilt Pattern

Retro Plaid Free Quilt Pattern

Before naming this quilt Retro Plaid, I first called it Tiny Tartan (something you should know about me – I LOVE alliteration. It makes my heart skip a beat! If Suzanne Summers wasn’t already taken, I would seriously consider a legal change.)

As this Tiny Tartan quilt pattern ruminated and simmered in my brain, a baby quilt concept began to form.


Mod Melons Free Quilt Pattern

WATERMELONS!! I think if enough of us shout those words it will magically become summer. Now...SHOUT!

Did you do it? You did?? haha what a weirdo 😉

Maybe our second best option is to make a watermelon quilt that we can cozy up with, close our eyes, and dream of chirping crickets, warm breezes and the cool CRUNCH of a fresh slice of melon.


Instagram – love it or hate it?

Social media.

Reading those words, did you start to sweat? Feel a little stressed maybe? Most people have a gut response to the subject. It can feel incredibly personal and also extremely disconnected. I have been actively using Instagram for about a year and a half, and although I am by no means an expert, I have learned a few lessons that have made the experience jump from frustrating to enjoyable and now, exciting.

Quilt Sizes Chart

The Ultimate Guide To Quilt Sizes

Quilts come in all shapes and sizes. As far as quilts are concerned, there is no “right” size. Some are square, some rectangular, some of mine have accidentally become rhombus in shape. When it comes to size, the only question you should care about is, “What do I want and what am I going to use this for?”

Before getting into too many details, take a look at this quilt sizes chart!