1. Another Style of Quilt from Baby Clothes

    My customers sometimes bring inspiration and new ideas. I had never thought to "frame" baby clothes squares like my Framed T-Shirt Quilts, but a customer came to me asking me to do just that. By "frames", I mean that I put a narrow one-inch border around each square before adding the sashing that separates the squares. And I would have never thought of putting black fabric with baby clothes, but m…Read More

  2. Baby Quilts Make Thoughtful Gifts

    I love to make baby quilts and am always glad for an occasion to do so. As soon as I find out someone is pregnant, I await the news of whether it's a girl or a boy so I can start shopping for fabric. Besides just giving a baby quilt to the expectant mother, I also like to give a quilt to my friends who are first-time grandmas to keep at their houses for when the baby comes over. I recently had the…Read More

  3. Gift Quilts

    As promised a few weeks ago, I am sharing a photo of a quilt I started at retreat in August. I got it quilted and bound and it is now in a gift bag to take to a great niece's wedding on Saturday.  I hope she and her new husband like the quilt as much as I do. I really enjoyed making it. The quilt pictured on the right is a baby quilt and it has been shipped off for a baby shower that I won't be a…Read More

  4. Traditional Custom Quilts

    Although making T-shirt quilts makes up the bulk of our business, we also enjoy making traditional quilts for our customers.  We can make one to your size and color specifications and I love the opportunity to do a special quilt.  The quilt pictured is a king-sized quilt that was a custom order from good friends of mine.  Their bedroom is a somewhat dark green color and they wanted something to…Read More